Dursley News - October 2021

Littlecombe Phase 4 continues to see changes and piling has now started on the recently levelled ground behind the long term car park in Long Street to ensure that there is a solid base on which to build. Significant re-profiling of the land below Windsor Drive is being terraced to provide increased area on which to build new housing.

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The Priory
Viewed from the small rest area above the newly profiled grassed area, the Priory provides as sense of continuity in this part the town.
(October 1st 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Scaffolding in Long Street
Scaffolding has gone up around one of the oldest properties in Long Street
(October 22nd 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Exell grave at St. Mark's churchyard
The grave of William and Sarah Exell at the edge of St. Mark's churchyard is now dominated by a large tree which has grown up in more recent years.
(October 24th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)



Dursley Cutters
Another new hairdressing saloon has opened in Parsonage Street.
(October 24th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Piling in progress on Littlecombe Phase 4
Due to the soft ground, significant piling is now in progress to ensure the foundations for the new housing are solid.
(October 9th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Draycott Mill
Once the home of Workman's Flour Mill, and now housing the offices of Kerry Foods, the 1830 building still stands in Draycott, Cam.
(October 11th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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