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Stroud Locals Day

Sunday 30 April, 2017 Meet at Silo Hill, Stroud at 10am PLEASE RSVP by email to stroudhistory@bigpond.com or phone Pauline on Locals will get an insiders look at Stroud’s fascinating history this Sunday on a special walking tour designed just for them. Stroud Locals Day this Sunday is all about connecting the community with the history that […]

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If you ever wanted to be in a movie, now is your chance

Belbora resident and published author, Beverley Boorer is turning the first book of her science fiction series into a movie and is due to start filming in Gloucester next month. Bev is currently auditioning for the cast of her book-turn movie, Escape. She has put out a casting call for young and old, to be a part […]

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Stroud Show success to help flood repairs

image & article courtesy of the Gloucester Advocate THEY came from far and wide for this year’s Stroud Show, thanks to a timely bit of good fortune in weather, good organising, good advertising and a healthy dose of sympathy making it by all accounts the ‘biggest show ever’. “We smashed our record at the gate […]

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Off-road champion moves in

A FEW broken hands, feet, ankles and concussions are small pains for living the dream, according to off-road international motorcycling champion and new Stroud local Josh Green. The world champion bike rider was at his new home on 150 acres near Stroud, getting ready for this year’s racing season. It begins with a state event […]

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Bucketts Way aims for upgrade

Three regional councils have joined forces to see if they can start fixing what’s wrong with Bucketts Way south of Gloucester to the Pacific Highway. Starting with Stage 1 at a cost of around $6.68 million, Gloucester, Great Lakes and Port Stephens have formed a united front to submit an expression of interest for funding […]

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Inland amalgamation welcome

Gloucester Advocate – letters to the editor Congratulations NSW Government for putting geography ahead of politics re local council amalgamations. Bringing Gloucester and Dungog shires together makes good long-term strategic sense. And please also act on the community interest in bringing Stroud into the combined new inland council. Current lack of ownership by Dungog / […]

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