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Welcome to the Stroud web site which contains details on Stroud accommodation (Stroud hotel and bed and breakfast information), attractions in the Stroud area and other information on this Cotswold town.

Stroud, 8 miles south of Gloucester, is built on steep slopes at the junction of five valleys which provides some spectacular countryside views. Stroud lays claim to being the oldest market town in Gloucestershire.

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Like many other Cotswold towns, Stoud's fortunes rose on the back of the booming cloth era. Stroud's wool trade history can be traced back to the 14th century.

Stroud is a busy town and the town centre shopping area has a rather "spread out" feel to it having many nooks and side streets to explore.

So whether you live in Stroud and you are looking for jobs in Stroud, you are staying in Stroud or you are visitng Stroud for a day trip, please look around this Stroud web site for information on Stroud hotel, bed and breakfast and self catering accommodation, Stroud attractions and Stroud history.

 
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Two Children Seriously Injured in Stroud Collision
Two children were seriously injured in a collision in Stroud yesterday (Thursday May 22). A grey Nissan Qashqai collided with a white Ford Transit van at the junction of Middle Hill and Burcombe Ro... [more]
Posted : 23/05/2014 13:24:27

Bromford launch Café Ark – volunteers wanted!
Residents at Ark House, supported housing for homeless young people in Stroud, are joining forces to open a new café on Wednesday, 8 January. The café will run every Wednesday 10-1pm and 6-8.30pm a... [more]
Posted : 04/01/2014 12:22:46

Pop Star Welcome For Colin The Crocodile Copper as
Colin the Crocodile Copper, Gloucestershire Police’s number 1 road safety reptile was treated to a pop star welcome as his tour of schools across the five valleys stopped in Stroud on Tuesday (Septemb... [more]
Posted : 14/09/2013 08:59:42

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