Stroud Hospitals League of Friends is a membership organisation. We welcome the involvement of the widest possible representation of individuals and organisations from Stroud and the surrounding area. Joining is free and open to all above the age of 18.

Membership of Stroud Hospitals League of Friends

Stroud’s two hospitals and Weavers Croft are recognised as vital to our community, and the League of Friends believe that, in addition to providing financial and practical support, it is crucial to maintain a large, strong and active membership to ensure that the community voice is heard if any threats arise or discussions held about future health provision.

Membership of the League is open to anyone over 18 and is free of charge. As well as being a member, you can, if you wish, also volunteer to assist around the hospitals in various ways. You will be made most welcome.

If you are interested in helping, please complete the form on this page and send it to the Administrator. Alternatively, please telephone or email the Administrator, asking for an application form to be sent to you.

Should you wish to make a donation – and the League of Friends is most appreciative for the help – please complete that part of the application form.

  • Donation Form

    Please download the donation form and send to the address listed on the form using the link below:

    Stroud League Of Friends Donation Form (Link opens in a new tab)

    Charity Registration number: 230803

Membership opportunities:

  • Participate in the development of the hospitals
  • Attend quarterly General Meetings and the AGM
  • Influence the role of the League of Friends
  • Receive updates and the Annual Review

Charity Registration number: 1187228

Address: Stroud General Hospital, Trinity Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 2HY

0300 421 8080

Members’ committee meetings

These are held three times a year and are open to members and volunteers, and to representatives from local community organisations. It is an opportunity for members to be updated and consulted, and an opportunity for Members to hear about various projects directly from speakers involved with them.

We would be delighted to hear from you if you wish to be involved, either as a volunteer helper or simply a member.

Please contact the Administrator on 0300 421 8080 or