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The Reading Room, Stratford's village hall, is available to hire. 
Details under 'Hall Hire' in the menu or click either of these hall images.

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Upcoming Events & Reminders    

from the Village Calendar

Mon 4 March         Recycling & Household bins

Thurs 7 March       World Book Day event - Salisbury Library

 

Wed 13 March        Mobile Library  Castle Keep

11.00 - 11.25 am

Wed 13 March        Guild 

                      Talk - Back to Bhutan & the Kidasha Project   

Thurs 14 March     Garden Bins 

Thurs 14 March     Alex Langlands on-line lecture

5 pm               Old Sarum - New Perspectives 

Sat 16 March &      Kidasha Pop-Up Restaurant
Sun 17 March      Both dates are fully booked

Sund 17 March      10 mile Road Race through Stratford 

Mon 18 March        Recycling & Household bins

Thurs 21 March     Wellbeing Walk

10 am

Thurs 21 March     Defibrillator Seminar

7 pm

 

Wed 27 March        Mobile Library  Castle Keep

11.00 - 11.25 am

Thurs 28 March     Garden Club

7.30 pm             WW2 Gardens

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Background Image: The Avon near Stratford Bridge 20 February 2024

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St Lawrence Church has 13th century origins. At least part of the chancel was standing when a cathedral on nearby Old Sarum was in use. Listed by English Heritage in 1972, St Lawrence Church has Grade 1 status.  

The village website has several pages about the structure and history of
St Lawrence Church. A suggestion - look at the Church History page, then use the main Menu labelled 'Church' to guide you through other pages including the church bells, the unusual one-handed clock, a photo album of architectural features, and other illustrated topics including Views from the church tower.

A Registered Charity - The Friends of St Lawrence church - fundraises to help to maintain the church building.

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Parish Magazine

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There are over 100 webpages in our Local History section, too many to list within the limited structure of the website's menu.  The Local History Group has contributed much of the material.

Explore the local history section:

- by date using the links on the Timeline

- read about the famous people who've lived here or visited;

- view the local history contents page for links to all the history pages;

- test your current knowledge with our Local History Quiz 

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