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News from Stroud Farmers' Market by Gerb Gerbrands

8:00am Tuesday 14th May 2013

THERE will be dancing in the street at the farmers' market this week as the Border Morris side visit Stroud and show off their moves.

Nailsworth news with Pam Browne

3:00pm Friday 12th April 2013

Nailsworth News with Pam Browne Send your Nailsworth news items to pam.browne1@tiscali.co.uk or call her on 01453 832907.

"I remember how I used to be irritated by my parents constant fascination for what was going on in the bird bath" - gardener's column

4:16pm Tuesday 8th January 2013

HOW was Christmas for you?

Anna Herbert column

6:00pm Tuesday 23rd October 2012

Mum-of-four Anna Herbert, from Horsley, writes recipes using ingredients from the Stroud Food Bank

Stonehouse community news with Lesley Williams

10:13am Wednesday 1st August 2012

Stonehouse Gardening Club - join us at Stratford Park in the top car park tonight, Wednesday, August 1 at 7pm. An opportunity to see some of the latest plantings plus mature areas and the lake. Any inquiries call 01453 821305.

Nailsworth news with Pam Browne

7:00pm Saturday 21st July 2012

Nailsworth News with Pam Browne Send your Nailsworth news items to pam.browne1@tiscali.co.uk or call her on 01453 832907. NEWS from Horsley if anyone has any newsworthy items they would like publicised from Horsley, please let me know perhaps there is something going on at the shop or the church, it would be good to reach the wider readership.

Trish Campbell finds God's Little Book of Calm helps when under pressure with work

Stroud News and Journal: Trish Campbell finds God's Little Book of Calm helps when under pressure with work

12:14pm Wednesday 4th July 2012

THIS week is a pretty big week for me at work. I have been organising a large public event for this weekend and it has taken three months of planning and coordinating.

Stonehouse News with Lesley Williams

12:03pm Wednesday 4th July 2012

Stonehouse News with Lesley Williams Contact Lesley with your community news on 01453 822684 or email lesley.williams@gloucestershire.gov.uk

Anna Herbert's Food Bank recipes - corned beef chilli

Stroud News and Journal: Anna Herbert's Food Bank recipes  - corned beef chilli

11:51am Wednesday 4th July 2012

MY new project, to provide the Stroud Food Bank with recipes, started this week with a different type of shopping list. I filled my basket at Horsley village shop and carried the weight home.

Gerb's market news - farmers' market becomes a teenager

Stroud News and Journal: Gerb's market news - farmers' market becomes a teenager

11:43am Wednesday 4th July 2012

BLESSED be SNJ readers, may the rain fall gently on your fields. It is happy birthday Stroud farmers' market once again and we have achieved teen status as it is now 13 years since the humble beginnings in 1999.

Ruth Holmes health column - the rose is an ancient healer

Stroud News and Journal: Ruth Holmes health column - the rose is an ancient healer

11:40am Wednesday 4th July 2012

ROSA damascena is an ancient healer. The rose originally comes from Iran, rosa damascena, more commonly known as the Damask rose, has been cultivated there since antiquity.

Neil Carmichael calls for innovation on how we fuel cars and lorries

Stroud News and Journal: Neil Carmichael calls for innovation on how we fuel cars and lorries

6:41pm Tuesday 3rd July 2012

LAST week, I had the pleasure of visiting Olympic Cars in Dudbridge, Stroud - a distributor of Peugeot cars - and Downton, one of the UK's leading independent distribution specialists.

Otis the Otter by Frank Tunbridge, part four.

Stroud News and Journal: Otis the Otter by Frank Tunbridge, part four.

7:50pm Sunday 1st July 2012

SUMMER time and the living was easy. Otis cruised around his domain feeding as he went.

Uma Wylde's cookery column

9:50am Tuesday 24th March 2009

IF YOU like deeply savoury food that’s substantial and satisfying, this week’s Italian vegetarian recipe – sage and parmesan gnocchi with chunky tomato sauce – is for you.

David Drew's column

9:45am Tuesday 24th March 2009

This week David Drew discusses media reporting of the economic downturn

Chas Fellows’ column

9:42am Tuesday 24th March 2009

LAST week, we looked at how the economy should develop in the district.

Alec Alder's column

9:31am Friday 20th March 2009

Before passing away recently at the age of 89, former Pentecostal church minister Alec Alder wrote his memories about life growing up in the Stroud valleys which are being serialised in the SNJ.

Sue Smith's fitness column

10:40am Tuesday 17th March 2009

A TAD over ambitious in the shops on Saturday. Bought a pair of jeans in a size smaller than I am wearing convinced they would fit without trying them on. They don't.

Chas Fellows’ column

10:33am Tuesday 17th March 2009

FOLLOWING on from last week, we’re working closely with the SNJ to get your views on how the district should develop.

David Drew's column

10:30am Tuesday 17th March 2009

This week David Drew discusses child poverty

Nailsworth news with Norman Kay

Stroud News and Journal: Nailsworth Community News

10:56am Monday 16th March 2009

A round up of this week's Nailsworth news with Mayor Norman Kay...

Alec Alder

1:47pm Thursday 12th March 2009

I MENTIONED earlier that when I was about 13 I used to go along to the Mission Hall at Bread Street, Ruscombe, and I did at that time really want to follow the Lord but as I said, the lure of the things of the world were very great, and I am sorry to say I went after them.

Sue Smith's Fitness Column

4:06pm Tuesday 10th March 2009

A DISASTEROUS week. Have to hold my hands up and say I didn't manage one visit to the gym at Fifth Dimension.

Stonehouse News with Lesley Williams

4:02pm Tuesday 10th March 2009

v Stonehouse History Group meets this evening, Wednesday, March 11 in Stonehouse Town Hall starting at 7.30pm - cheesemaker Liz Godsell will talk about cheesemaking.

Chas Fellows

3:52pm Tuesday 10th March 2009

JUST over a month ago I mentioned that we were about to put together a blueprint for the whole of the district and how your input was crucial. Well, the time has arrived.

Uma Wylde

3:48pm Tuesday 10th March 2009

Something For The Weekend? Try This For A Satisfying Snack Or Supper…

This week David Drew discusses Noise Action Week

3:44pm Tuesday 10th March 2009

WHENEVER I get on a train I veer towards carriage A, the quiet carriage. Of course I plead guilty to making the odd mobile phone call (not from carriage A of course) but I do welcome quietness and certainly welcome respite from incessant mobile phone calls which some seem addicted to.

Stephen Harley-Sloman

3:24pm Tuesday 10th March 2009

WHAT am I going to do? I work in the garden, I have a bad back. I wash the car, I have a bad back. Hopeless... I permanently feel as if I need oiling.






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