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The Dunkirk Mill Centre offers a wonderful opportunity to see a see a massive working water wheel directly powering a rare piece of historic textile machinery. The overshot wheel, 12ft wide and 13ft in diameter, was installed in the mill in 1855 as part of the last major rebuilding programme carried out during its time as a woollen mill. It was made and installed by James Ferrabee of Stroud, having a mainly cast iron frame with 40 steel buckets. The wheel is operated regularly on opening days (subject…
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Paul Bradley produces pottery in a contemporary style, with clean lines and simple shapes, for practical everyday use. The gallery also specialises in the sale of early and contemporary studio pottery and designer crafts, including paintings, glass and jewellery. Open Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm all year round. Free admission.
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Based in Nailsworth, Forest Green Rovers are the longest-serving members of the Conference Premier. The club was founded in 1889 as Forest Green by the local Nonconformist church minister. The club would go on to become founder members of the Mid Gloucestershire League in 1894.  In 1926 Rovers home ground, the Lawn Ground, was officially enclosed and a decade later the committee members at the club bought the field for £120 at an auction. In 1968 Forest Green were founder members of the Gloucestershire County League where they…
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The society was formed in 1952 from an existing WI group and its first production was a comedy, Fiddlers’ Elbow.  Since then, at least two full-length plays have been presented each year at the Nailsworth Town Hall. One-act plays have also been entered into drama festivals across Gloucestershire with considerable success. We also boast a travelling variety group, The Strollers, who perform at the request of various organisations. For more information, visit the website at www.nailsworthdramaticsociety.com
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We are a friendly and enthusiastic brass band based in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. We are a community band, playing at a wide range of venues from summer parades to regional competitions. The main band is available for year-round bookings. We can also provide a reduced band or a five-piece band to suit smaller functions. The main band practises every Monday evening from 7.15pm in our bandroom in the centre of Nailsworth. We also have a thriving training band which continues to supply us with talented new musicians and a…
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Based in Nailsworth, the club are currently members of Division One South & West of the Southern League and play at the Meadowbank Ground. Established in 1900, in Shortwood, Nailsworth, the club was promoted from the Stroud and District League to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League in the early 1970s, before joining the Gloucestershire County League in 1975. After finishing as runners-up in 1979-80 and 1980-81, the club won the league in 1981-82 and were promoted to the Premier Division of the Hellenic League. After finishing second in…
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The association is based in Stroud and chief instructor Sensei Nick Quilliam Renshi 7th Dan has been training, competing in and teaching traditional Wado-Ryu Karate-Do since 1969.  The WKA has a number of classes for both adults and children in various locations throughout Gloucestershire, with clubs in Stroud, Bussage, Eastington, Stonehouse, Gloucester and Nailsworth. It also holds, and takes part in, several events throughout the year at these locations, as well as at other clubs both locally and throughout the country. Nick Quilliam trained with three of the…
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Dunkirk Mill Centre, near Nailsworth

Stroud Road, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL5 5HH
The Dunkirk Mill Centre offers a wonderful opportunity to see a see a massive working water wheel directly powering a rare piece of historic textile machinery. The overshot wheel, 12ft wide and 13ft in diameter, was installed in the mill in 1855 as part of the last major rebuilding programme carried out during its time as a woollen mill. It was made and installed by James Ferrabee of Stroud, having a mainly cast iron frame with 40 steel buckets. The wheel is operated regularly on opening days (subject…

Studio Works Gallery, Nailsworth

26 Fountain Street , Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0BL
  • T: 01453 833733
Paul Bradley produces pottery in a contemporary style, with clean lines and simple shapes, for practical everyday use. The gallery also specialises in the sale of early and contemporary studio pottery and designer crafts, including paintings, glass and jewellery. Open Monday to Saturday 10am-5pm all year round. Free admission.

mark@street, Nailsworth

Market Street, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0BX

Nom Nom Cupcakery, Nailsworth

Market Street, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0BX

Oldstone Restaurant, Nailsworth

Old Market, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0DU

The Black Horse Inn, Amberley

Littleworth, Amberley, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 5AL
  • T: 01453 872556

The Old Fleece, near Stroud

Rooksmoor Hill, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 5NB

The Olive Tree, Nailsworth

28 George Street, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0AG

The Passage to India, Nailsworth

Old Market, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0DU

The Weighbridge Inn, near Minchinhampton

Longfords, Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire, GL6 9AL

Wild Garlic, Nailsworth

3 Cossack Square, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0DB
Based in Nailsworth, Forest Green Rovers are the longest-serving members of the Conference Premier. The club was founded in 1889 as Forest Green by the local Nonconformist church minister. The club would go on to become founder members of the Mid Gloucestershire League in 1894.  In 1926 Rovers home ground, the Lawn Ground, was officially enclosed and a decade later the committee members at the club bought the field for £120 at an auction. In 1968 Forest Green were founder members of the Gloucestershire County League where they…
The society was formed in 1952 from an existing WI group and its first production was a comedy, Fiddlers’ Elbow.  Since then, at least two full-length plays have been presented each year at the Nailsworth Town Hall. One-act plays have also been entered into drama festivals across Gloucestershire with considerable success. We also boast a travelling variety group, The Strollers, who perform at the request of various organisations. For more information, visit the website at www.nailsworthdramaticsociety.com
We are a friendly and enthusiastic brass band based in Nailsworth, Gloucestershire. We are a community band, playing at a wide range of venues from summer parades to regional competitions. The main band is available for year-round bookings. We can also provide a reduced band or a five-piece band to suit smaller functions. The main band practises every Monday evening from 7.15pm in our bandroom in the centre of Nailsworth. We also have a thriving training band which continues to supply us with talented new musicians and a…
Based in Nailsworth, the club are currently members of Division One South & West of the Southern League and play at the Meadowbank Ground. Established in 1900, in Shortwood, Nailsworth, the club was promoted from the Stroud and District League to the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League in the early 1970s, before joining the Gloucestershire County League in 1975. After finishing as runners-up in 1979-80 and 1980-81, the club won the league in 1981-82 and were promoted to the Premier Division of the Hellenic League. After finishing second in…
The association is based in Stroud and chief instructor Sensei Nick Quilliam Renshi 7th Dan has been training, competing in and teaching traditional Wado-Ryu Karate-Do since 1969.  The WKA has a number of classes for both adults and children in various locations throughout Gloucestershire, with clubs in Stroud, Bussage, Eastington, Stonehouse, Gloucester and Nailsworth. It also holds, and takes part in, several events throughout the year at these locations, as well as at other clubs both locally and throughout the country. Nick Quilliam trained with three of the…
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