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About Stonehouse

Once the city that was home to a massive 33 pubs (beerhouses) in 1838, Stonehouse is located 2.5 miles east of the M5 motorway in the Stroud District of Gloucestershire in the southwestern area of England. The number of pubs gradually decreased, and as of 2018, only 2 are left as a testament to the beer-swilling culture of the country. The Woolpack and The Globe both date from the early 19th Century, so you know you are getting a real dose of traditional English society. Stonehouse sits about 9 miles south of Gloucester, and there is a regular train service that will deliver you to London when the need arises. A somewhat small city, Stonehouses' residents (8,000) are known to hang out in a coworking venue getting creative, when not in one of the pubs.

Historically Stonehouse was a hive of wool production, brickmaking and a pottery enclave with its bricks being used in other areas of Britain plus as far away as Cape Town, Gibraltar and Buenos Aires. It's home to numerous businesses and industrial parks with its newest industrial estate being built in 2015. A quaint town with plenty of paths leading to the Stroudwater Navigation canal that passes through the western area of the village, the Cotswold Way (national trail) passes close by. There are plenty of educational institutions within the city to keep its tech-savvy youth focused and numerous churches where you can say a little prayer.

The startup scene in the United Kingdom is said to be one of the fastest growing in the whole of Europe according to figures over the last 5 years when there has been 392,627 new tech startups launched in the country. The most growth showed up in the niche sectors of Internet, fintech and software. The UK has an attractive environment for tech businesses in that it offers excellent foundations and ecosystems for innovative minds to get their ideas off the ground. Coworking is but one more step in supporting intrepid brains where it's possible to connect and collaborate with likeminded souls.