Dursley News - November 2021

November saw the occurrence of both the annual lights-on event which attracted a large crowd to enjoy the musical events, the street food and the switch-on itself. An even greater number of people attended the town's fireworks event on the recreation ground. It was good to see so many people out enjoying themselves after such a long period of pandemic and consequent cancellations.

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Fireworks night at the Recreation Ground
A large crowd was in attendance enjoying the fireworks display at what was a cold but enjoyable evening.
(November 6th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Dursley lights-on
It was good to see so many people in town to enjoy the events, food and displays at the Christmas lights switch-on event.
(November 26th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Dursley Male Voice Choir
On what was a cold lights-switch on evening, Dursley Male Voice Choir sang to an appreciative crowd outside the Market House
(November 26th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)



Site profiling in Long Street
On the land above the Priory at the bottom of Long Street, earth is being moved to profile and terrace the site ready for new housing.
(November 5th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


New foundations on Littlecombe Phase 4
On the Littlecombe Phase 4 site on the old Gazette printing works site, the foundations are now being built on the previously piled area.
(November 21st 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)



Remembrance Day
The Wotton Silver Band marches along Castle Street as part of the town's Remembrance Day event.
(November 14th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Tree down in Woodmancote
After a stormy night, a tree came down in Woodmancote, blocking the road and causing some disruption.
(November 27th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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