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GRO Stroud House IMG 1636
What: Historical town building
Where: Russell Street
Then: Built as the Holloway Institute in 1894-96, after George Holloway (MP for Stroud 1886-92). This was originally the home to the Conservative Club
Now: It has been occupied by an art gallery, a music shop, employment agencies and stockbrokers

Stroud House was built in 1894-96 as the Holloway Institute, a Conservative club. It was named after George Holloway, MP for Stroud in 1886-92, whose statue is on the side of the building facing Rowcroft. It is a three-storey stone building with curved corners.

The conservative club later moved to George St. and is now in London Road.

Part of the ground floor was occupied by the Stroud House Gallery, then a music shop, and the rest of the building houses an employment agency and stockbrokers.

From January 2016, this website is managed by Stroud Local History Society