Stroud Community TV newsletter with highlights from May

Posted on 29. May, 2014 by in Featured, Newsletters

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Stroud’s Ian Redmond in this TED talk arguing why we must protect gorillas and other species such as elephants because of their important impacts on ecosystem processes that we, even in the industrialised countries of the north, depend on:

Oldest film on Stroud Community TV – a classic made for Veterans Aid in 1939:

Interview with Dale Vince of Stroud’s Ecotricity:

UWICGreen Party celebrating locally the election of the first Green MEP in the South West region – Molly Scott Cato (pictured right) who has been leader of the Green Party group on Stroud District Council:

Voices at the International Workers Day march through the streets of Stroud:

The County Councils consultation on their ‘All Disability Policy’:

LizOther films include Stroud-based Comedian Tom Elliott (Creative Communicator & National Evangelist), Jackie’s Jubilant Story finding a job, an appeal for funding for a Special Yoga Centre, a series of films from the Stroud International Textiles festival (see photo left), various films of Randwick Wap, show reel from Snowbusiness, award winners Glos Young Carers, Dale vince on the ‘electric highway’ and Glos Deaf Association news.


Daniel Harding and Jon Trim play Slavic Rhapsody written by Jon at the Marling Spring Concert:

ImageHattie Briggs (pictured left) who will be at Sub Rooms at the end of June performs her song ‘Old Eyes’ for Bristol Couch – this is a new song that will be on Hattie’s forthcoming album – the album is available for preorder on Hattie’s website:

AGM 2014:

Stroud Community TV had our AGM on 15th May. We report a massive £27.16 in our accounts after domain name paid! We looked at the year which included another great Stroud Community TV Awards that were again reported in Stroud Life:

Our site statistics vary according to which programme we use but conservative figures would suggest around 500 views per week. We now have over 1,250 films on the website, 153 Facebook page likes and 327 Twitter followers. We also considered plans and thoughts about moving forward and the Awards for 2014. For those interested do please get in touch. We are keen now to see how we can build on the success of this channel.

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

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