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 18th October 2018 St Laurence Church Hall 7.30pm
||House History– Rose will demonstrate practical ways to find out more about the history of your own house; and also share some of her investigations into a variety of interesting Gloucestershire properties
||illustrated talk by Rose Hewlett
|Thursday 15th November 2018 St Laurence Church Hall 7.30pm
||AGM – followed by TH & J Daniels Ltd. Engineers Stroud . A family firm for over 120 years; it used to be one of the largest employers in the area. Their name can still be found on girders and drain covers around Stroud. The products diversified over the years and culminated in making presses and injection-moulding machines for the plastics and rubber industry world-wide
||illustrated talk by Ray Wilson
|Sunday 9th December 2018 2.30pm St Laurence Church Hall *BOOKING ESSENTIAL by 16.11.2018
|| Poetry to amuse inform and entertain. You may have heard Peter on Radio Gloucestershire's Mark Cummings show as he is the 'Breakfast Show Bard'. He is an experienced performance poet and his poems include history and places in Gloucestershire. We heard a poem about George Holloway when the Holloway Whistle sounded in Stroud
||with Peter Wyton
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