Serving the people of Stroud to create a thriving, sustainable community

Covid-19

Covid-19 – UPDATE – 2nd September 2020

In line with the latest government advice our office staff are either working from home or partially in the office. We are contactable by email or telephone during our normal office hours.

Our office will continue to be temporarily closed to the public. We can, however, offer socially distanced, one-to-one appointments for Stroud Town residents, for matters that cannot be dealt with remotely, for example signing documents.

Council and Committee meetings are now taking place online on Zoom. For meeting agendas and details of how to attend please see our meetings page.

We also post updates and news on our social media:

Further advice and support

The latest health advice can be found at:

www.nhs.uk/conditions/coronavirus-covid-19/

Local advice from Gloucestershire County Council can be found at www.gloucestershire.gov.uk where you can also sign up for email alerts.

The Stroud Coronavirus Community response group continue to offer a wide range of information and support to people in the Stroud area www.facebook.com/groups/stroudcorona/ or https://neighbournetworks.uk/

Helen Bojaniwska, Town Clerk
2/9/2020

Stroud Town Council

Our vision: Stroud is a resilient and vibrant community, where everyone is welcome

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Stroud Town Council serves a community of approximately 13,500 residents. It consists of 18 Councillors elected for a term of four years who will now hold office until May 2021. Stroud Town Councillors are all volunteers and they receive no financial allowances for their term in office.

Our vision: Stroud is a resilient and vibrant community, where everyone is welcome