Stroud, the Valleys and Vale

The Stroud constituency was created in 1955. It includes Amberley and Woodchester, Berkeley, Bisley, Cainscross, Cam East, Cam West, Chalford, Coaley and Uley, Dursley, Eastington and Standish, Farmhill and Paganhill, Hardwice, Nailsworth, Painswick, Rodborough, Severn, Slad, Stonehouse, Stroud, The Stanleys, Thrupp, Trinity, Uplands, Upton St Leonards, Vale and Valley.

We are fortunate to be a beautiful rural area with a wealth of diverse towns, villages and industrial parts that sit comfortably alongside one another. There is an eclectic mix of independent shops, a brilliant farmer’s market, good transport links, leading businesses and good schools.

Stroud was held by the Conservatives until the General Election in 2017, when Neil Carmichael sadly lost by just 687 votes. It is my job to win it back and I am working with a large team of Conservative County Councillors, District Councillors, activists and the wider Gloucestershire teams to make this happen.