Dursley News - October 2012

October was a month which saw some glorious days, fantastic sunrises and misty mornings and there were definitely signs of Autumn approaching as leaves started to fall.

It's nice to see the long empty property of Bristol House in Silver Street, once home to Montgomery's outfitters, now has a new occupier, Jonathan Randall, who have a display unit there for their handmade kitchen company which operates out of Mill Farm on the Uley Road. Elsewhere in Dursley, a fine new carved reredos was dedicated at an Evensong service at St. James' Church.

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    Bristol House in use
At long last Bristol House in Silver Street has a new occupier, this time a company who make handmade kitchens, Jonathan Randall.
(October 14th 2012- copyright Andrew Barton)
    New reredos at St. James' Church
A fantastic new reredos was dedicated at the evensong service in St. James' Church on 7th October.
(October 14th 2012 - copyright Andrew Barton)
    Littlecombe houses
Some of the new houses on the Littlecombe site, once home to part of the Lister factory.
(October 14th 2012 - copyright John Wilkes)
    Cam sunrise
A spectacular 'streaky' sunrise over Cam Peak.
(October 7th 2012 - copyright John Wilkes)

Long Down misty morning
A low lying mist settles in the valley below Cam Long Down.
(October 15th 2012 - copyright John Wilkes)

    Cam Peak in the sunshine
A view across the the rugby pitch at Norman Hill towards Cam Long Down and Cam Peak.
(October 3rd 2012 - copyright John Wilkes)
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