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Frocester Cricket Club is one of the top cricket clubs in Gloucestershire, fielding five teams on a Saturday, with the 1st and 2nd X1s playing in the top division of the West of England Premier League. The 3rd X1 play in Division 2 of the Gloucestershire County League, whilst the 4th and 5th X1s play in the Stroud League.  With two delightful cricket grounds, Pounds Close and St Peters, playing or watching cricket at Frocester is always enjoyable. The enviable youth structure consists of three U11 teams, two…
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Randwick are a Stroud-based side with three senior sides and an expanding youth set-up all currently playing in the Stroud District Football League. Randwick became a recognised FA Charter Standard Club after years of hard work. Randwick 1sts play at Archway School, Paganhill, Stroud, while the 2nds and 3rds play at Jubilee Fields in Randwick. For more information about the club, contact Phil Stafford on 01453 752149, email phil@staffs.go-plus.net or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/randwickfootballclub
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The club is based at The Magpies stadium in Oldends Lane, Stonehouse, which has a capacity of 3,300. Stonehouse joined the Western League in 1947 and between the 1950s and 1970s, the team regularly attracted crowds of over 2,000 to their games. As Stonehouse FC, the club entered the FA Cup every season between 1947 and 1975, reaching the Second Qualifying Round on seven occasions. The club was known as Stonehouse Freeway until 2007 when the men's and youth teams merged. Since then, Stonehouse Town have enjoyed…
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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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Mon Ami Café, Stonehouse

10 High Street, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 2NA

The 2 I's Café, Stonehouse

17 High Street, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 2NG
  • T: 01453 828384

The Bay Tree Café, Stonehouse

52 High Street, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 2NA
  • T: 07790 416414

The Frying Machine, Stonehouse

6 Bath Road, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 2JA
  • T: 01453 822359

The Gate of India, Stonehouse

8 High Street, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 2NA

Tudor Tandoori Kitchen, Stonehouse

30 High Street, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 2NA

Wynn's Coffee Co, Stonehouse

20 High Street, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 2NA
  • T: 07527 686304
Frocester Cricket Club is one of the top cricket clubs in Gloucestershire, fielding five teams on a Saturday, with the 1st and 2nd X1s playing in the top division of the West of England Premier League. The 3rd X1 play in Division 2 of the Gloucestershire County League, whilst the 4th and 5th X1s play in the Stroud League.  With two delightful cricket grounds, Pounds Close and St Peters, playing or watching cricket at Frocester is always enjoyable. The enviable youth structure consists of three U11 teams, two…
Randwick are a Stroud-based side with three senior sides and an expanding youth set-up all currently playing in the Stroud District Football League. Randwick became a recognised FA Charter Standard Club after years of hard work. Randwick 1sts play at Archway School, Paganhill, Stroud, while the 2nds and 3rds play at Jubilee Fields in Randwick. For more information about the club, contact Phil Stafford on 01453 752149, email phil@staffs.go-plus.net or visit www.clubwebsite.co.uk/randwickfootballclub
The club is based at The Magpies stadium in Oldends Lane, Stonehouse, which has a capacity of 3,300. Stonehouse joined the Western League in 1947 and between the 1950s and 1970s, the team regularly attracted crowds of over 2,000 to their games. As Stonehouse FC, the club entered the FA Cup every season between 1947 and 1975, reaching the Second Qualifying Round on seven occasions. The club was known as Stonehouse Freeway until 2007 when the men's and youth teams merged. Since then, Stonehouse Town have enjoyed…
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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