Dursley News - June 2020
 

With 'lockdown' now in place for three months, closures remain for almost all businesses and the town continues to be a quiet place. Hopefully it won't be too long before things begin to be relaxed as soon as there is more confidence that things will remain safe. Aside from food shops, one of the other areas which does seem to have resumed is the construction industry and visible changes can be seen around the town.

 
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Dursley recreation ground and Cam Peak
Viewed from a quiet recreation ground, a clear view of Cam Peak can be seen in the background.
(June 20th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

New houses in Woodmancote
The new houses fronting Woodmancote are now nearing completion, though a lot more work is needed on the ones further back from the road.
(June 6th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Littlecombe site housing construction
Despite 'lockdown' work on a new street of houses has progressed well on the Littlecombe site.
(June 7th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
 

 

The 'Mind' shop in Parsonage Street
The 'Mind' shop along with long with all other charity shops remains closed in June due to the imposed 'lockdown'. These premises were once home to a Bailey's newsagent's shop.
(June 13th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

DODS show cancelled due to 'lockdown'
An unfortunate casualty of 'lockdown', the DODS poster for their production of 'Legally Blonde' will remain unfulfilled, at least for now.
(June 20th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
   

Dursley library remains closed during 'lockdown'
Yet another closure, Dursley library remains closed for the duration.
(June 27th 2020 - copyright Andrew Barton)

 
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