The successful vinyl haven Sound Records are set to move to an iconic shop in the centre of Stroud.

Sound Records is a partnership between acclaimed DJs and record dealers Sean Roe and Tom Berry - they hope to turn the old Inprint shop into a vibrant music hub.

As well as this, the pair say that the move will allow them to "stock at least three times as many records".

They hope to move into Inprint by early March, hopefully in time for the businesses first birthday on April 6.

The two DJs say they will host a very special event to mark the occasion, so fans have been reminded to keep their diaries clear.

"We have had a brilliant time in Gloucester Street since we opened 10 months ago, but our current home is simply too small to stock all the records we want to provide," said Tom.

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Co-owner Tom Berry outside the shop in Gloucester Street

Tom, who is also a part of the Stroud Block Party said: "We've had so many people come in since March when we opened, but we can't wait to move to a larger venue.

"The move will allow us to introduce live music, DJs and a listening station - so hopefully we can become a real music hub."

Both Tom and Sean have an extensive knowledge of all types of music and have ensured that their stock is regularly updated.

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