Dursley News - March 2017

There have been a few changes in town this month. With the closure of the Bailey's newsagent business in Parsonage Street the old premises in Parsonage Street, closed for a short while before re-opening as the 'Dursley Local Store'. Across the street, the old red BT phone box near the Methodist Church has now lost its phone but has been given a new role as the home for a life-saving defibrillator.

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Phone box defibrillator
The old red phone box in Castle Street has been given a new lease of life as home to a new defibrillator.
(March 26th 2017 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Dursley Local Store
Once housing Bailey's newsagent's shop, this premises in Parsonage Street is now occupied by a new 'local store' business.
(March 26th 2017 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Littlecombe development progress
The sign for Drake House, which once housed the Lister computer centre, now frames the entrance to the fast developing Littlecombe housing site.
(March 24th 2017 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Lister factory site
Mounds of earth continue to mark the site of the old Lister factory site as new housing is constructed along the valley.
(March 24th 2017 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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