Dursley News - September 2021

The town has settled into summer with warm days and clear skies. Around town, the major development at Littlecombe continues with the large site at the rear of Long Street in Dursley. Landscaping of the slopes is needed and some terracing is needed before house construction can begin but things are moving well.

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Recreation ground pavilion
The pavilion on the recreation ground is closed up awaiting the next match.
(September 11th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Graves in St. Mark's churchyard
Some of the graves of Dursley's notable residents, including that of George Lister, father of Robert Ashton Lister who started R.A. Lister & Co. which went on to be Dursley's biggest employer.
(September 12th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Motor World closure
Sadly the premises of Motor World in the row of shops at Kingshill are now closed up after the business ceased trading.
(September 11th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)



Littlecombe Phase 4
Viewed from Sainsbury's car park, some more progress has been made on preparing the site for construction to begin.
(September 4th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)


New playground at Littlecombe
Looking complete, though not yet opened, this is the new large adventure playground on the Littlecombe site.
(September 4th 2021 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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