Mr. und Mrs. Dursley im Ligusterweg Nummer 4 (sein) stolz darauf, ganz und gar normal zu sein, sehr stolz sogar. Niemand wäre auf die Idee gekommen, sie. Harry Edward Melling (* März in London) ist ein britischer Schauspieler, der durch die Rolle des Dudley Dursley in mehreren. Dudley Dursley. Der Muggel Dudley ist der einzige Sohn von Petunia und Vernon Dursley. Er wurde im selben Jahr wie sein Cousin Harry Potter geboren.
Dursley GeschichtenHarry Edward Melling (* März in London) ist ein britischer Schauspieler, der durch die Rolle des Dudley Dursley in mehreren. Wenn es um die Dursleys geht, sind sich Potter-Fans weitgehend einig. Mehr als leidenschaftliche Abscheu haben wir für die unsympathischen. Magdalene „Magda“ Helene Dursley, im englischen Original Marjorie „Marge“ Eileen Dursley, ist die ältere Schwester von Vernon Dursley, die Harry Potter.
Dursley Directions VideoCan You Forgive Petunia Dursley? La famille Dursley (faceyoutub.comy family) est une famille moldue. 1 Histoire - [PM] [HP] [HP] - [HP7] ou avant [HPEM] 2 Membres connus 3 Arbre généalogique 4 Étymologie 5 Apparitions 6 Notes et références Selon Pottermore, au cours de l'année scolaire , Vernon Dursley demande à Pétunia Evans de l'épouser dans le salon de. Dursley cycle shop. Servicing and repairs of all types of bikes. Sale of New and used bikes. Good selection always available, Ski and Snowboard servicing. This is a community group about the local area, its primary purpose is for networking, informing people of local events and discussion of matters directly related to Dursley/Cam and the surrounding.
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A number of these are available in audio format so you can listen as you browse. In fact, I have tried to portray as much as I can find on many aspects of the history of the area and I intend to extend this to include further historical information as I find it.
For those who want to obtain information in a more usable format, perhaps for research purposes, a number of the documents on the site are also available for download.
Dursley's own Heritage Centre aims to provide a door on to its past for residents and visitors alike. It can be found next to Jacob's House, now fully restored, and is centrally positioned near the Methodist Church and the Market House.
This photo tour was completed in as a snapshot of the town - consequently several areas of town have changed subsequently. Looking back over the last few years, Dursley has seen dramatic changes but has been an unprecedented one with the advent of Covid The town and the whole country have been impacted as never before.
We can only hope will be a big improvement! Normally the society meets on the second Tuesday of every month in the Methodist Church from September through to July but given the events of this year, is likely to be a very different one with meetings held virtually until the situation is clearer.
Dursley is a market town and civil parish in southern Gloucestershire , England, situated almost equidistantly between the cities of Bristol and Gloucester.
The town is adjacent to Cam which, though a village, is a slightly larger community in its own right. An electoral ward in the same name exists.
The population and area of this ward are identical to that of the parish. Dursley once had a castle, built by Roger de Berkeley in Dursley gained borough status in and lost it in From to it was the administrative centre of Dursley Registration District which recorded vital records of people living in the parishes of North Nibley , Coaley , Slimbridge , Stinchcombe , Uley , Dursley, Cam , Nympsfield , Kingswood , Wotton-under-Edge and Owlpen.
In the RDC became part of Stroud District. The Grade I listed  parish church of St. James the Great dates from the 13th century. The modern building is largely of 14th and 15th century construction and carries the Tudor coat of arms on the outside below the guttering, indicating that some of its construction was funded by the Tudor royals.
The original church spire collapsed in January during a bell-ringing session, causing casualties. The current belltower, in an imposing Gothic survival style, was built by Thomas Sumsion of Colerne in — The pillared market house, complete with statue of Queen Anne and bell turret, dates from , when the town's markets attracted farmers and traders from miles around.
It is now maintained by the Dursley Town Trust who also look after Jacob's House and the Heritage Centre. In a short branch line railway opened,  called the "Dursley Donkey" by locals, linking Dursley and Cam to the Bristol — Gloucester main line at Coaley Junction.
The branch line was closed in and Coaley Junction station was also closed at about this time. However, in a new station called Cam and Dursley was opened on the main line, yards north of the site of Coaley Junction.
In the 19th and 20th centuries, Dursley was a large-scale manufacturing town, and engines built here by the Lister engine company were used around the world.
It is now being developed as a large housing development with some industrial units. Other large factories based in the town included Mawdsley's, an electrical equipment manufacturer; Bymack's, an upholsterers; and the Bailey Newspaper Group, a newspaper printer, all of which have reduced or closed operations in recent years.
Ancient historical sites in the vicinity give evidence of earlier occupation. Uley Bury is an Iron Age hill fort dating from around BC. To build your own Itinerary, click to add an item to your Itinerary basket.
Visit Website. Send Email. Surrounded by hills, and sitting on the Cotswold Way in the south Cotswolds, the market town of Dursley offers lovely walks with breathtaking views and is a great base for walkers.
Dursley has Walkers are Welcome status and hosts its own Walking Festival every October. The Lantern Way is a new mile circular walk taking in Dursley and the villages of Coaley and Uley.
The countryside around Dursley provides plenty of scenic walks including the footpaths over Stinchcombe Hill, Cam Peak and Cam Long Down, with extensive panoramic views over the River Severn and beyond.
The golf course on Stinchcombe Hill has been described as one of the most scenic in Europe. The town itself is located in a wooded valley under the Cotswold escarpment.
At the heart of Dursley is the delightful 18th century market house, which is also the Town Hall. Originally renowned for it woollen cloth, and later its world famous Lister-Petter engines, Dursley is fast becoming a centre for the arts.
Exhibitions and workshops take place at Kingshill House.