Dursley News - January 2022

A new years begins and construction continues at Littlecombe, as does the worldwide pandemic which is still having an effect on everyday life everywhere. One can only hope that this year will see an improvement and life can start to get more back to normal. January has seen good weather and it's good to be able to get out and about in the winter sun.

  Picture Gallery (Click on picture for larger view)

Chestal Terrace
The cottages of Chestal Terrace on the right were built by William Phelps in 1892.
(January 27th 2022 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Wyatt Close, Littlecombe
Looking across the junction with Wyatt Close towards some of the houses of Littlecombe beyond the river. Wyatt Close was named after Doris Wyatt, a munitions girl who was killed in an accident at the Lister factory in WW1.
(January 27th 2022 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Footpath through Littlecombe
The newly surfaced footpath linking Wyatt Close with Graham Edge, runs next to the river on the left hand side.
(January 27th 2022 - copyright Andrew Barton)



Littlecombe Phase 4 and tree house
The far end of the Littlecombe Phase 4 site adjoins the land on which the iconic 'Grand Designs' tree house stands.
(January 29th 2022 - copyright Andrew Barton)


Foundations near completion
Sitting upon the piling the foundations for the new houses near the long term car park are now substantially complete.
(January 29th 2022 - copyright Andrew Barton)

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