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

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 2024. 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


Covid-19 – UPDATE – 31st August 2021

For the latest rules and guidance please see: Current government restrictions for Stroud

Our office reopened in May and will continue to be open during our normal opening hours. Some of our staff will continue to work from home, but everyone is contactable through our normal phone and email address.

In order to keep our staff safe and to help prevent the spread of Covid-19 we will continue to limit the number of people in the building and request that anyone visiting uses the hand sanitiser provided and wears a face mask unless exempt.

Guidance on visiting the Council office

Further advice and support

NHS health advice

Stroud District Council advice

Gloucestershire County Council advice

The Stroud Coronavirus Community response group continue to offer a wide range of information and support to people in the Stroud area on Facebook or their website.

Funding is still available from our Community Resilience Fund to support local voluntary sector agencies and community groups helping vulnerable people during the crisis.

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Helen Bojaniwska, Town Clerk