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A: (MH) However, Isaac Lendon’s advert appeared in the Stroud Valley Illustrated published by Burrows in 1902 (the complete directory’s pages are scanned here). The corner was demolished and rebuilt in modern times, which is a great pity. You will find a mention of Steels’ 1960s motor showroom (but no later photo) in Stroud’s Streets and Shops by Wilf Merrett, published by History Press in 2004.I remember peering inside the building and it being full of old machinery.Does anyone have any information on who’s building this was? A: (VW May 2016) I was born and lived in Thrupp and the building was a paper mill owned and operated by Stroud council as part of the rubbish tip in Thrupp.It stood on the opposite side of the Phoenix works inside a gate just before the bridge that led to the mobile home site.I used to cut the grass for what was the school field back in the early 2000’s and access was through this gate.
A number of members replied to this enquiry; here is a summary of their answers: (CT) Rox House became a poor law (later county council) children’s home (meaning children moved out of workhouse) and opened as such in 1910.