We are a registered charity which since 1982 has been working to rescue, conserve and find new uses for historic buildings at risk of decay or demolition in Stroud. Our projects are good for Stroud's economy and environment, turning derelict buildings into an asset to the town. The foundation for each conservation project is a sound understanding of the building's history.
We rely on the voluntary work and determination of our trustees and build partnerships with owners, leaseholders, funders, contractors, architects and many others to make each project a success.
The Trust continues to look after the buildings in its care, educate others about the significance and value of historic buildings and assess potential new projects.
You are warmly invited to Stroud Preservation Trust's 41st AGM
Wednesday November 22nd 2023 at 7.30pm The Pavilion, Museum in the Park, Stratford Road, Stroud, GL5 4AF Light refreshments available from 6.45pm, the Chair will welcome everyone at 7.00pm. With a presentation from Jon Lowe BA(Hons)Arch MCIFA, one of our trustees, on the subject ‘Heritage Significance: informing change’ Understanding significance is key to successfully managing change to heritage assets and to fundraising. Using project experience and examples, Jon will examine how, why, and when significance is assessed. >MORE RSVP to Camilla Hale on: firstname.lastname@example.org
Stroud Chapels of Rest Feasibility Report now available
The report prepared for us by distinguished historic building consultants Donald Insall Associates>MORE View the Feasibility Report as a screen ready PDF here >REPORT PDF
Buildings of Concern
Despite our continuing concerns for many years about the physical state of parts of the building the condition continues to deteriorate >MORE
Become a member of Stroud Preservation Trust and be more involved in our work. >MORE
SPT’s book available
>BUY HERE! 'Stroud – A Town Changed by Community Action' is Stroud Preservation Trust’s own publication celebrating community projects and campaigns in Stroud over the past 40 years. >MORE