Stroud in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... left during the ‘90’s, leaving the town in a bit of a mess with lots of boarded up shop windows. Of late though, things are turning around. Stroud is known mostly for its health shops and alternative medicine. If you want to eat GM free locally grow fruit and veg, whether its bought from an organic shop or eaten in an organic café, you’ll find it in Stroud. Each year Stroud puts on the Stroud show, a popular event including stalls, a carnival by local groups, music and loads more. The event is held during the summer at Stratford Park, a pi... more
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by - written on 20/04/01, updated on 20/04/01 (Very useful, 138 readings)
Stroud is a middle sized market town that holds a lot of history. It was at Neather Lypiatt manor right at the top of Stroud where the gun powder plot was planed. This building rests out of view at the side of the Bisley road, one of the main routs out of Stroud. This house, now owed by the prince and princess Michael of Kent, once belonged to the Whittington family from Gloucester, remember the puss and boots children’s story? The real Richard Whittington once lived there before moving to London. The cricket player Jack Russell was born in Stroud and has lived around the area ever since. If you go to the top of the High street there is ... Read the complete review
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