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Gloucester event aims to inspire

Our neighbours in Gloucester are hosting their community-based Sustainable Futures Convention 2017 on 25-26 March 2017. WHEN: Saturday 25 and Sunday 26 March 2017 WHERE: Gloucester High School Auditorium COST: $30 per person per day; ‘Cocktails and canapes’ Saturday evening event  $26 per person MORE INFO: Visit the website,  follow on Facebook or contact Sue Kingston on 0457 306 044, Transitioning towards […]

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Brick ‘n Pin | Stroud Market

Brick ‘n Pin program It’s all happening in Stroud over the October long weekend with three events combining for a weekend of family fun that promises something for everyone. The 2013 Stroud International Brick ‘n Pin throwing competition has been moved to Saturday 5 October due to wet weather in July and is combined with […]

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Grow your own money

Tucker Patch Growers Workshop Do you have land or access to land? Residents of the Gloucester region are invited to hear how you can make money from growing food for a network of local producers. Where | 3 Britten Street Gloucester When | Friday 22 March Time | 4pm to 6 pm Cost | FREE […]

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Markets approved for Stroud

Market meeting well attended Around 40 enthusiastic local business owners, growers and potential stallholders attended a community meeting last Wednesday to learn about plans for a heritage-themed monthly growers and artisans’ market in Stroud. Stroud Lions Club organised the meeting to introduce the market concept to the community and to encourage people to get involved in […]

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Local permaculture paradise

Stroud Community Web Local Business Directory John Porter from Gloucester Garden Centre has included a great article (including dozens of photos) of Brett and Nicole Cooper’s Stroud Road Limestone Permaculture property in the latest edition of his monthly Wormcasts newsletter.  The story detail how the Coopers have transformed their ex-dairy from empty paddocks to a thriving and productive food system.  Read […]

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