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Stonehouse History Group Journals Issue 4 & 5 can be purchased from The Town Hall in the High Street or The Curiosity Shop in Queens Road.
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On the edge of the Cotswolds
9 miles south of Gloucester
3 miles west of Stroud
Height 41 Metres/135 Feet
Postcode GL10 in Google maps.
Stonehouse History Group
Programme and Events
We meet at the Town Hall in the High Street Stonehouse
Every 2nd Weds in the month
If you wish to join our group just come along to any meeting.
Weds July 13th 7 30pm
Bob Lusty - The local music scene of the 1950’s & 60’s
Weds Sept 14th 7 30pm
Blood Guts & a little off the top!
Weds Oct 12th 7 30pm
Sudbrook & the Severn Tunnel
Weds Nov 9th 7 30pm
The man who took Stroud’s
Old photographs of the Ship junction Supplied by Dave Redbond.
We celebrated our ninth birthday at our May 2016 Annual General meeting with a show and tell evening. Members brought along an item of interest and had 10 minutes to speak about it.
Peter Morton brought along a cannonball, Cresby Brown talked about Stroud Voices, Philip Wells spoke about Liddiatt Leftovers The Congregational Church Organ, Alex Walmsley about the Methodist baptism register, Andrew Cooke about an engraved brass dog collar and Shirley Dicker about Timbabild.
We finished off the evening with a raffle and refreshments and time to view the exhibits.
Kimmins Mill Dudbridge 1924, still there, right next to Sainsbury’s.