Non-members are welcome to attend our meetings. Advantages of, and how to become a member
We meet either at St Laurence Church Hall (door facing the church), or The Old Town Hall (upstairs), both in The Shambles, Stroud. Nearest car park is Church Street
Meeting fees: £2.50 members £3.50 non-members – pay on the door.
Special meetings & visits marked * must be pre-booked and may have different fees – non-members please use the contact us form to make a booking.
For visits, we meet at the destination. Contact us if you need a lift and we will try to help.
|Thursday 19th October 2017 St Laurence Church Hall 7.30pm
||Old Stroud Brewery with newly-added bits to her extensive research. The history of the Old Stroud Brewery and its expansion to the Salmon Springs site – with new photographs of surviving evidence found in normally inaccessible places
||Illustrated talk by Marion Hearfield – Stroud Local History Society
|Thursday 16th November 2017 St Laurence Church Hall 7.30pm
||AGM – followed by Recent Acquisitions. An opportunity to find out more about recent acquisitions and research by members and a second-hand book sale (donations welcomed)
||Illustrated talk by Marion Hearfield and Pauline Stevens – Stroud Local History Society
|Thursday 7th December 2017 St Laurence Church Hall 7.30pm *BOOKING ESSENTIAL by 16.11.2017
||Schooldays and Christmas days in old films. The celebrated Gladys Beale of Minchinhampton (who lived to be 106) and a humorous look at the festive season – 'Consuming Christmas'
|| by Alan Vaughan
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