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Congratulations to Rosemary Long from Tockington who has won £50 of Thornbury Shopping vouchers in the Late Night Shopping draw. Many of Thornbury's shops stayed open on December 4th to allow shoppers to browse for gifts.
Due to a cancellation, Thornbury Golf Centre can now offer their Casino Party Night on Saturday 20th December at the heavily reduced price of £15 per person! This includes arrival cocktail, 3 course festive meal, disco and casino tables! Click below to find out more...
The Castle School are pleased to announce that their Festive Fivers event raised over £250 for charity, and the evening was really enjoyable. Many thanks to all those who took part in either creating or buying artworks.
Austerity measures were forgotten when George Osborne visited Thornbury High Street recently.
The Chancellor called in to Thornbury Garden Shop, Heritage in Thornbury and Horders Thornbury Press with Luke Hall, Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Thornbury and Yate.
Click below to see them with a Thornbury Shopping bag...
Alveston House Hotel is delighted to confirm that they have been given an AA Rosette for the 6th year running.
Head Chef Ben Halliday and his team have worked hard to consistently provide food of the highest standard in Carriages Restaurant, and they pride themselves on being able to cater for all dietary requirements. Click below to find out more...
Dr Jenner's House & Garden is celebrating a major success after the national tourist board for England gave the Berkeley museum a 'hidden gem' accolade.
Manager Simon Hobson said: 'It is a wonderful achievement, and is testament to the hard work and dedication our staff and volunteers put into ensuring visitors have a wonderful time.
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• COMMENT: Short-sighted rejection of renewable energy proposals is leaving the UK behind
• Councillors reject plans to build wind turbines near Olveston
• Postal staff urge people not to use red envelopes
• Police appeal for help after spate of burglaries in Tytherington and Alveston
• Thornbury volunteers help residents of Bulgarian institution celebrate Christmas
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