Lansdown Hall and Gallery
Lansdown Hall and Gallery is a beautiful Grade 2 listed building built in 1879 as a temperance hall for the people of Stroud.
In 2011 Stroud Town Council purchased the building as a community venue for the town and has since invested in a number of major improvements to secure it for the future benefit of Stroud residents. Works so far have included:
- the development of a fully accessible gallery
- essential maintenance of stonework, gutters and windows
- an extension providing a new green room and storage
- air to water heat pumps for extra efficiency
- access improvements
Further planned works include additional lighting and a new accessible entrance from Bank Gardens, and improved bar and toilet facilities.
The building is leased to and managed by Lansdown Hall and Gallery a small charity run by a Board of Trustees, with part-time staff and many enthusiastic volunteers.
The venue is used as a community centre for Stroud running a variety of workshops, classes, exhibitions, performances, film screenings and is also available for private functions.
For more information and to book please go to www.lansdownhall.org.