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Monday 05 December

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This month on MyThornbury there's a chance to win an oak rotating tray/plate handcrafted from a wine barrel, plus you could win up to £50 to spend in Thornbury.

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Monday 5th December 2016

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News

A present with a difference!

Solve your Christmas Shopping dilemmas at Thornbury Chiropractic Clinic. Did you know they offer Gift Vouchers which can be used for Chiropractic, Acupuncture or Massage treatments? Click below to find out more...

www.thornburychiropractic.co.uk

Be Aware of Telephone Scammers

Trading Standards would like to reiterate a warning issued by Police about a telephone scam affecting South Gloucestershire.
Police are aware of calls to residents from people claiming to be from Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) in which householders were told they could go to prison if they did not immediately pay an outstanding tax debt.
If you are concerned about your tax status, contact HMRC directly using details you know to be genuine.
If you believe you have been contacted by a fraudster, call Action Fraud on 0300 123 2040 or click below.

www.actionfraud.police.uk

Calling all knitters

Age UK South Gloucestershire is calling on nimble-fingered knitters to get their needles clicking at double the speed to make Age UK and innocent’s Big Knit the biggest event yet.
Now in its 13th year, budding local knitters are being challenged to reach a whopping local target of 6,000 miniature woolly hats to adorn innocent smoothie bottles, and for each be-hatted smoothie sold, innocent will donate 25p to help Age UK fund national and local projects that keep older people warm and well in winter. Click below to donwload the pattern.

www.ageuk.org.uk/bigknit

WIN £500 for your school!

Cadman Wealth Planning are running a Local Primary School Christmas Window Competition.
Count how many presents are in the window for the chance to WIN £500 for your school! PLUS £25 for the pupil that guesses correctly!
Click below to find out how to enter...

www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/t...

Double Success for Alveston House

Privately owned Alveston House Hotel has reason to celebrate with a double accolade from the AA Hotel Guide.
All hotels appearing in the guide are subjected to an unannounced annual inspection and it was Alveston’s turn at the end of October. Not only have they received their AA Rosette for the 8th year running they are miles ahead of any other 3 star hotel in the Bristol area with a merit score of 84%. Click below to read more...

www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/t...

Could you help the Sea Cadets?

Every week across the UK thousands of young people, aged between 10 and 18, get involved in Sea Cadet activities. To make this happen we need the help of volunteers. We have lots of roles to match your skills from instructional staff to unit management. Instructional opportunities range from sailing to marine engineering, navigation to catering, first aid to adventure training. Click below to find out more...

www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/v...


Besley Hill Town and Country Homes

News feeds

Latest news from the Gazette:

UPDATED: Rockhampton comedian Joel Dommett named runner-up in 'I'm a Celeb' after making final two
GAZETTE THROUGH THE YEARS: December 1986, 1996 and 2006
GAZETTE COMMENT: Have developers crossed the line?
Children's donation to Thornbury Foodbank helped struggling families
GAZETTE THROUGH THE YEARS: December 1966 and 1976
more local news

Latest items from BBC News:

Supreme Court hearing government appeal over Brexit powers
Matteo Renzi's referendum defeat risks Italy political crisis
Segregation 'growing in Britain', Dame Louise Casey warns
British Santa Safari tour worker killed in Lapland
Storm Desmond: Hundreds unable to return home one year on
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