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Reconnect with favourite locations

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The summer holidays are starting and we’re celebrating some of the Stroud district’s special spots to help everyone who needs some time out find the best places to explore.

We want to help people from all over the district to find new places, reconnect with favourite locations, and tell everyone about their favourites across the Stroud valleys, Severn Vale and Cotswold Edge.

Our Discover campaign, funded by the Government’s Visitor Economy Fund highlights our Commons, Coaley Peak, William Tyndale Monument, our waterways, Stratford Park and Museum in the Park, and more.

“The past year has shown a lot of us how important our environment is for our health and wellbeing, so we’re celebrating our special places to help everyone get out and about more,” said SDC Leader, Doina Cornell.

Woodchester Mansion
Woodchester Mansion

“As a council we aim to lead communities that are making Stroud district a better place to live, work and visit for everyone. We hope that this campaign will inspire communities to re-visit their favourite spots and share with others.”

Although many Government restrictions have been lifted, we can all still play our part in restricting the spread of Covid-19 by washing hands regularly, wearing masks in crowded places, respecting others’ space, and getting plenty of fresh air.

We want you to re-discover the Stroud District and share your favourite places with us using the hashtag #DiscoverStroudDistrict. You can also find out more information on the campaign at www.discoverstrouddistrict.com

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