Vale Vision Projects

Since its formation in 2005 Vale Vision has been involved with and completed many projects in the area that have benefitted the community. In other cases Vale Vision has activley supported many other projects. Some of these projects are listed below.

Vale Vision initiated after consultation for the Community Plan:

  • Dursley Town Centre regeneration – led to paving scheme around the Town Hall and Castle Street
  • Breakheart Quarry – now a public receration and learning centre
  • Chantry Centre –  redevelopment of the building and Lister Hall as a community facility
  • Sculpture Trail – sculptures by individual and community groups in a woodland setting
  • Cam, Dursley & Uley Walks -walking for all abilities for health and pleasure in our beautiful countryside
  • Greenway – a partially completed project for a cycle and pedestrian way from Uley, Dursley & Cam to Cam & Dursley Station
  • What’s On – a free quarterly journal advertising places to visit, local events, cafes and restaurants, sporting and arts activitiesCommunity involvement in Littlecombe planning for regeneration of the Lister-Petter factory site
  • The Vale Vision Community Plan has been used in Stroud District Council’s Local Plan Projects

Projects for other organisations that received endorsement in the Community Plan:

  • Town Centre supermarket
  • New Rednock School building
  • New Youth Centre in Dursley
  • Re-development of the Lister-Petter site
  • New Further Education College in the Vale area – now provided at Berkeley

Quick wins during the Community Plan process:

  • Rural Festival
  • Installation of garage doors at Kingshill House
  • Signage for the Woodfields Community & Youth CentreRefurbishment of the training creche at GL11
  • Cam Snicket ways map.