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Monday November 30th at 7.30 pm via Zoom
Landscapes of Wool and Water
This talk explores the formation and evolution of the landscapes of the Cotswolds and the Severn Vale, as they changed throughout geological time.
From the early history of wool production to the present day, it shows how our landscapes continued to change as technology developed, and are still changing. It ends by asking what future landscapes might emerge from current challenges – especially climate change.
NB you need to register beforehand for this free webinar.
Click on the link below to register
Find out more about the history of Stonehouse
Follow our Information Board Trail
Some History of the Pubs in Stonehouse
This talk was held on Monday October 19th. We are very grateful to the Arboricultural Association for sponsoring and arranging this webinar for us.
Thank you to John Parker for his excellent Zoom presentation on Sept 9th
The history and importance of trees in Stonehouse
We are very grateful to the Arboricultural Association for sponsoring and arranging this webinar for us.
We are always interested in hearing your Memories of Stonehouse.
Bob Lusty has sent us the first instalment of his life story, starting with his childhood in the 1940s and 1950s
living in Leonard Stanley and visiting his grandparents in Birmingham.
Click here to read Bob’s illustrated story
Plus Bob’s memories of
The Beatles in Stroud in 1962
Roy Edwards’ memories of life in Stonehouse in the 1960s.
Roy’s 1960s – Changing Times