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Dursley in Gloucestershire

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Dursley, Gloucestershire. Some good Georgian houses remain among much new building in Dursley, a reminder of the town's l8th-century prosperity. The 18th-century Market Hall stands elegantly on 12 arches, enhanced by the fine statue of Queen Anne. The parish church has a good l5th-century chapel raised by one of the town's wool merchants and a Gothic tower which was built by Thomas Sumsion in the early 1700s. Although modern industry is bringing back a new surge of life to the town, nearby Woodmancote seems to escape suburbanization and has an interesting main street with good houses, among which Ferney Hill House and the Georgian Gothic Rangers are typical. A little further along the B4066 to the East in wooded hills is the long village of Uley. It is a weaving village of great antiquity with some of the best 17th- and 18th-century houses in the county. At Wresdon Farm lived John Eyles who built the house in 1687. He won renown in Uley as being the first inhabitant to weave Spanish cloth. The house has some of the original furniture, including his four-poster bed. About 1 mile outside the village is a 14th-century house called Owlpen Manor which used to be famous for its yews. North of Uley is the famous Stone Age barrow known as Hetty Pegler's Tump. It is one of the best preserved of these Cotswold barrows and is some 120 ft long and 90 ft wide with burial chambers enclosed within its stone walls. The views from the heights of the Tump extend right across the Severn to the Welsh mountains. On nearby Uley Bury about 800 ft above sea-level was a huge Iron Age camp later used by the Romans, whose hoards of coin and pottery have been discovered here.

Nearby towns: Berkeley, Chipping Sodbury, Minchinhampton, Nailsworth, Stonehouse, Tetbury, Thornbury, Wotton-under-Edge

Nearby villages: Alderley, Alveston, Arlingham, Awre, Beverstone, Blakeney, Cam, Charfield, Chipping Sodbury, Claypits, Coaley, Cromhall, Didmarton, Dudbridge, Dursley, Falfield, Framilode, Frampton on Severn, Frocester, Harescombe, Haresfield, Hill, Hillsley, Hinton, Lasborough, Leighterton, Lower Cam, Lower Soudley, Lydney, North Nibley, Nymphsfield, Painswick, Randwick, Sharpness, Slimbridge, Standish, Stinchcombe, Tortworth, Uley, Wickwar, Woodchester

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