Stonehouse has grown from a small agricultural community, noted in Doomsday as having two water mills and an extensive vineyard, to a bustling, yet pleasant, small industrial town.

It is still a centre of industry for the Stroud district, with its thriving businesses, the railway and the soon to be re-opened canal network. There are plenty of places to eat, and a long high street filled with independent shops. 

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