Stoke Road, Gosport

 

Welcome to Stoke Road - Serving all your local needs

Home to over 100 independent businesses

 

 

Gosport Waterfront Festival 2018

at Walpole Park, Walpole Road

due to open 5.30pm Fri 27 July
check website for updates

www.gosportwaterfrontfestival.com

en-gb.facebook.com/gosportcommunityfestival
 

New to Stoke Road

and a bit of history
 


Micro-pub

has opened at 45 Stoke Road

 
The Four-Ale Taproom



Shannon Bull, 20, has opened Gosport's first Micro-pub, at 45 Stoke Road
 
Click image above
to read Daily Express article at express.co.uk


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At no 45 in the thirties was W & R Fletcher Ltd, butchers, which in later decades became Dewhursts
 


has opened at
6 Portland Buildings, Stoke Road

Bostin Choice Café

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At 6 Portland Buildings in the 1930s and beyond was E J Percival, Tobacconist and Hairdresser. 
 

has opened at
115 Stoke Road

Cash for Clothes

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Fluxs Gosport Steam Laundries was at 115 in the thirties, and Chidlow's Chemist in the fifties and beyond
 


has opened at
79 Stoke Road

Alison Hicks

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The Gosport Wireless Relay Company was at no. 79 in the 1930s, and in the 1950s it was the Radio Relay Service, but it was a different building back then
 


has opened at
1 Stokesway, Stoke Road

Kate Preston Salons Ltd


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In the 1930s the Stoke School for Boys was on the site where Stokesway now stands

 


at 11 Stoke Road

should be fully open for business in the summer

Crystal Rose Ltd

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In the 1930s and beyond, Mr J Colbern, fishmonger, was at no. 11

 
ArKs Hair Studio


has moved across the road to
13 Stoke Road

ArKs Hair Studio

 
At no. 13 in the 1930s and beyond was George Wall, Fruiterer
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The Armed Forces Shop Ltd

has moved across the road to
40a Stoke Road

The Armed Forces Shop Ltd
 

 
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The Rose & Crown public house

at 59-61 Stoke Road

has re-opened

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Shop Small

Extract from a Gosport Borough Council press release:

Gosport Borough Council is actively encouraging local residents to shop local, and businesses to source local to help local businesses, the local economy and the community.

• Research shows that for every £100 spent in a local business, £68 is likely to stay in the community helping the local economy.

• Independent shops create a distinctive and diverse shopping experience.  You might be surprised by the range of products, services and gifts available in your local shops

• More people shopping locally will not only help existing independent shops to continue trading but also encourage more local businesses to start up
you will be helping to sustain and create local jobs.

• Local businesses support a wide range of community causes.  Supporting local shops, therefore, provides a financial benefit for your local community.

Small businesses are very important to a town, providing jobs and services, so residents are encouraged to support them whenever possible.  You can find out more about providers located at our main local shopping centres by visiting them physically or virtually at:

• Gosport High Street www.gosporttowncentre.co.uk
• Stoke Road www.stokeroadgosport.co.uk

But let’s not forget the other small shopping centres across Gosport, the lifeblood of our communities, as are small businesses everywhere. 

 

 

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