Dursley News - February 2018

With the days getting slightly longer and brighter it feels as if spring is starting to make an appearance. The Dursley Dozen for 2018 took place on 11th February with an increased field and it was good to see Dursley Running Club take 1st and 2nd place overall. Work is also continuing at a great rate on the new infrastructure and housing of the Littlecombe site - most noticeably the bridge which will carry the main road is now complete.

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Runners gather for the Dursley Dozen
Runners gather in May Lane, prior to the start of the Dursley Dozen running race.
(February 11th 2018 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Dursley Dozen 2018
The winner of the Dursley Dozen for 2018, Dan Anderson of Dursley Running Club, crosses the finish line in 1st place after a gruelling 12 mile run, up, down and around Stinchcombe Hill in a time of 1:23:48.9.
(February 11th 2018 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Littlecombe bridge
The new bridge on the Littlecombe site is finished and awaits the road which will carry traffic through the latest phase of the development.
(February 25th 2018 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Littlecombe progress
On the western side of the Littlecombe site, amidst the wooded area close to the Knapp, work progresses on part of the old road to one of Lister's car parks.
(February 25th 2018 - copyright Andrew Barton)


La Toscana
Once the Conservative Club and more recently the El Dorado Mexican restaurant these premises have now re-opened as an Italian restaurant, La Toscana.
(February 10th 2018 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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