Welcome to the web site for Stonehouse History Group
- promoting interest in the History of Stonehouse & the locality.
We are here.
Stonehouse History Group Stonehouse Gloucestershire UK
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We publish a history journal once a year where we produce articles about the history of Stonehouse, including the memories of local people.
Issues 6 and 7, as well as past issues, can be purchased from
The Town Hall in the High Street or The Curiosity Shop in Queens Road.
Issue 7 £5 past issues £4 each.
Or contact us.
Issues 1 - 5 can now be viewed online here.
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.
We meet at Park Junior School Hall, Elm Road, Stonehouse
Every 2nd Weds in the month
at 7.30 pm
If you wish to join our group just come along to any meeting.
£5 annual sub due in May.
Meeting fee £1 members
Richard Kelsey and Dave Lamb
“The Severn from the air: the last 80 miles.”
Weds Nov 14th
Spaniel in the works
“Tommy Atkins and the canary girl.”
Tickets available at the October meeting, from the Town Hall or email info@stonehousehistorygro up.org.uk
Weds Dec 12th
Weds Jan 9th
“Show and Tell”
Weds Feb 13th
Weds March 13th
from local people remembering Stonehouse
Web pages created and maintained by Darrell Webb for Stonehouse History Group 2010 - 2017 . 2018 under new management
Stonehouse History Group have made all efforts to trace copyright holders of individual historical photographs, videos and documents reproduced here where appropriate. We will be happy to comply with copyright law or remove items from the site should we be made aware of any relevant copyright issues.
Please note in 2018 our meetings will be in the hall at Park Junior School.
Stonehouse History Group Walks
Stonehouse History Group can offer several guided walks around the area, incorporating historic photos of local buildings and landmarks. We can tailor the walk to suit your group depending on distance and time. Most walks will take between 1 and 2 hours.
Click on the map for more information
Have you looked at the Millennium Stone in High Street lately?
Do you know what all the carvings represent?
Wednesday November 14th 7.30 pm
performed by Spaniel in the Works
Tickets £3 members, £5 non-members,
available at our October meeting, from the Town Hall
or email firstname.lastname@example.org