Latest newsletter; Stroud highlights from May 2017

Posted on 01. Jun, 2017 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Another busy month with more films than ever added…see highlights below…..and if you missed our Awards evening which included a talk by Slimbridge swan woman, Sacha Dench and the winners accepting Awards, then go to:

FEATURED FILMS THIS MONTH:The Sacred Music Festival is coming on 30th June; here is a 30 second advert:

Good On Paper are back with new 80second films about local artists; this one is Debbie Smyth:

Quirky film about grief and more featuring several great local artists:

The 9th Big Health Check Day is an extraordinary day focusing on learning disabilities, health, social care and fun; see more about it in this 15 minute film:

A film by local guy Sam Judd entitled ’Silent’ with original music:

Forest Green Rovers have been awarded a Vegan Trademark: And of course see highlights of that promotion final: And another film about FGR being the greenest football club, this one by FIFA TV:

Nana Woo in Stroud with a question, ‘What is Love?’:

Allsorts families at RUSH:

Elvis goes lambing; yes we have all sorts on Stroud Community TV – see this at:

Other films include highlights from Slimbridge, the Flying Scotsman, Caroline Molloy on NHS, You’re Welcome website, line up for the Seed Festival and various films of local politics including David Drew on the campaign trail, Sarah Lunnon at the protest outside Barclays and Molly Scott Cato with updates from Europe and more.


Emily Barker with a great video and track, Sweet Kind of Blue (now out on vinyl, cd, digital):

Great video and track from Stroud twins Ardyn:

Sophronie with lovely video and track, ‘Photographs’:

Pav the Preacher Man with the Trinity Boys; Punk Rock, Jesus and more:

Hattie Briggs live with Never Been In Love Before:

And wow don’t miss this one….Medieval ‘Suspicious Minds’:

Other music highlights include more of Sophronie, Mermaid Chunky, Mighty John Street Ska Orchestra, local author John Dougherty with a song for Nicola Morgan and the Renewal Choir in Stratford Park last year.


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Stroud Community TV is supported by Transition Stroud. Newsletter by Philip Booth, Director, Stroud Community TV

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