Dursley News - March 2021

Not too many changes during March as the pandemic continues to affect all businesses to a greater or lesser degree. It's good to see a new shop open up in Silver Street and there is also an uplifting symbol in town with the 'Tree of Hope' which has appeared in St. James' Churchyard, giving people an opportunity to reflect on what is important.

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Cappinni's Pizza shop
A new pizza business has recently opened in Silver Street, Dursley, filling an empty premises.
(March 25th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Tree of Hope in St. James' churchyard
A nice idea can be seen at St. James' where visitors can tie a ribbon to a tree in the churchyard as an expression of hope for the future.
(March 25th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


More ribbons on the Tree of Hope
Many visitors have now made the trip to St. James to visit the Tree of Hope.
(March 25th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)



Dursley cemetery changes
At the fare end of Dursley cemetery a new area for peaceful reflection has now been created.
(March 5th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Mikael Pedersen's grave
After a period without a memorial stone, it's now been returned to Mikael Pedersen's grave after being made safe.
(March 5th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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