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December 2014: A West Country Christmas – Dorset in December

Thomas Hardy’s celebration of Christmas in Dorset in his early novel Under the Greenwood Tree is perhaps second only to A Christmas Carol (a version ...More
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May

Stroud International Textile Festival

An annual festival that takes place every May. The festival presents a stimulating programme of exhibitions, talks, workshops and events in venues in and around ... More

June

Stroud Arts Festival
Various locations
The annual Site Festival and Open Studios event that takes place every June is a celebration of the diversity of the visual arts in the ... More

September

Stroud Food Festival

Early September
A two-week celebration showcasing the delicious local food and drink. ... More

Stroud Fringe Festival
Various locations
An annual event of cultural, artistic and musical activity. The entertainment is a mix of paid and free at various venues throughout Stroud.

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October

Craft Food and Country Gift Fair
Gatcombe Park
Many of the UK’s top traditional and contemporary craftsmen are coming to Gatcombe Park for visitors to enjoy. From glass blowers, fine artists,caricaturists, carvers,specialist wood ... More

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