Shoppers at Stroud farmers' market on Saturday donated over £1,000 in five hours for victims of a tsunami in Indonesia.

Stroud Rotary Club collected a grand total of £1,091 at the market via a stall, with money going to Shelterbox, a disaster relief charity.

More than 1,750 people were killed after a 7.5 magnitude earthquake and tsunami hit the Indonesian island of Sulawesi on September 28.

The fund-raising total is a record for Stroud Rotary, says the club's president Mike Lambert.

He said in reaction: "May I thank all the collectors Martyn, Mike, Paul, Eric, Tim, Wally and Chris, Hilary as well as Liz, Jonathan and Colleen from the Nailsworth.

"I would also like to thank Gerb for making it all possible by providing us with a stall, Liz for providing the Shelterbox and display material and Tobi and Pete for proving the artwork and printing and everyone for responding at such short notice."