Clubs & Societies
Fridays at 7.30pm at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk
Tuesdays from 7.30 – 9pm at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk
Contact Kay Morton
Alternate Mondays at 1pm at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk
Contact Pam Hurlston
African Drumming for beginners
The Baptist Church, Stonehouse
Tuesday 6.30-8pm – £5 – Booking essential!
Contact E Rakatan
Stonehouse Friendly Circle
Meets every other Friday between 2 and 4pm at the Community Centre.
Entertainment and activities for older people. Day trips and parties are arranged.
Cost is £2.50 and includes refreshments.
Contact: Ruth Biddle 01453 828917
Stonehouse Womens Institute
Third Wednesday of the month (except August) at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk
Contact The Secretary
Stonehouse Fair Shares Coffee Morning
Help others and share skills
First Friday of the month from 1.30pm – 2pm at APT
Contact Chris Moore
Stroud and District Wine Circle
Last Wednesday of the month at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk
Contact Valerie Fussell
Wycliffe Choral Society
Meet on Tuesday evenings from 7.45 to 9.30pm in the Performing Arts Centre in Wycliffe Prep School
Contact Rosemary Robinson or Chris Swain
07890 268691 or 01453 822998
Share & Repair
Community workshop run by volunteers. Repairs to houselhold items, including clothing.
Call in to the shop on the High Street (next to Harry Daniels hairdressers)
Cotswold Canal Restoration Group
Drop-in sessions beginning at 9.30am on the 1st Sunday of the month. Meet outside Bond’s Mill Gate House.
Contact Ian Moody
Stonehouse Community Choir
Meet every Monday eveing from 7.15 to 9pm at St Joseph’s Church Hall in Oldends Lane
First Wednesday of the month (except January) at 7.30pm at the community Centre, Laburnum Walk.
Contact Cherry Foster
Contact Adrian Hale
Royal British Legion
First Tuesday alternate months (even months – February/April/June/August/October/December) at 7pm in the Lounge Bar of The Globe Inn, High Street.
Contact David Thorpe
Severn Valley Ringcraft
Ringcraft and socialisation for show dogs or family pets
Wednesday from 7.30pm – 9pm at the Community Centre, Laburnum Walk
Contact Lyn Williams
Stonehouse Dog Training Club
Puppy training and more advanced dog obedience classes
Monday and Tuesday from 6pm at The Community Centre, Laburnum Walk
Contact Celia Vines
Stonehouse Fair Shares
Help others and share skills
Get together first Friday of the month from 12:30pm-2pm at APT All Pulling Together, 1 Park Parade
Contact Chris Moore
Stonehouse Mothers' Union
Christian care for families
Third Thursday of the month at Hazelwood Sheltered Housing, Paddock Rise
Contact Olga Gibbons
Stonehouse School Trustees
Able to help with financial support for education and training. Can supply funding for equipment, travel, courses, activities, specific projects etc – indeed anything which relates to education or training – for 25s and under. Open to individuals or group.To apply for a grant write to the Stonehouse School Trustees either by email or by letter to Clerk to the Trustees, Stonehouse Town Hall, High Street, Stonehouse, GL10 2NG.
Stonehouse Allotment Association
The allotments at Stagholt are owned by the Town Council but managed by Stonehouse Allotments Association.
If you are interested in renting an allotment, please contact John Gasan by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Stonehouse History Group
We meet on the 2nd Wednesday of the month (except August) 7.30 pm at Park Junior School Hall GL10 2NP
Our aim is to promote interest in the local history of Stonehouse and research and store information about the town’s history and we have a large collection of photographs old and new.
We create displays and information boards about the history of the town and provide a programme of talks and events on a wide range of historical topics.
Annual membership costs £5 due in May.
Monthly meetings cost £1 for members, £2 for non-members
Contact Vicki Walker
Stroud District Foodbank
Schools, churches, businesses and individuals donate non-perishable, in-date food to the foodbank. All food given out by foodbanks is donated. ‘Supermarket Collections’ are one of the main ways that food is donated: These are food drives held at supermarkets where volunteers give shoppers a ‘foodbank shopping list’ and ask them to buy an extra item or two for local people in crisis.
Volunteers sort food to check that it’s in date and pack it into boxes ready to be given to people in need.
Care professionals such as doctors, health visitors, social workers, CAB and police identify people in crisis and issue them with a foodbank voucher.
Foodbank clients bring their voucher to a foodbank centre where it can be redeemed for three days emergency food. Volunteers meet clients over a cup of tea or free hot meal and are able to signpost people to agencies able to solve the longer-term problem.
Our foodbank also runs a rural delivery service, which takes emergency foodboxes to clients living in rural areas who cannot afford to get to a foodbank.
Tuesday 10:00-11:00am and Friday 10:00-11:00 am at Douglas Morley Hall, Elm Road