Stroud residents will get the opportunity to learn more about their town – and enjoy a free cream tea – at a special open day on May 24.
The Town Council is hosting the event at Lansdown Hall from 2.30pm-6.30pm.
During the afternoon people can find out about the projects the Town Council is involved with, meet and talk to town councillors and look at the exhibition.
Among the community organisations taking part are Cotswold Canals Trust, Village Agent, Neighbourhood Warden, CAB, Uplands Care and The Door.
Throughout the afternoon people can enjoy a free cream tea.
Then from 7.30pm winners of the Stroud Town Awards will be announced during the annual Town Meeting.
The evening event is also free and open to the public and Fat Toni’s Pizza and Beau’s Bakehouse handmade cakes will be served free of charge. The bar will also be open.
“This is a great opportunity for people to find out more about what the Town Council does and, at the evening event, help us pay tribute to those members of the community who make Stroud such a wonderful town,” said Stroud Town Mayor, Kevin Cranston.