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Would you like to drive a minibus or your own car to help people? Do you enjoy meeting new people and being part of a dedicated team?
If so you could volunteer for Green Community Travel!
Why not come in to our office to meet us? Join us for a drink and have a chat about the different opportunities we have. Click below for more...
Thornbury in Bloom are bringing the name of Thornbury to life by planting a ‘Ring of Thorns’ on the bank next to Bristol Road. This feature will offer a reminder to everyone of the Thornbury name and will become a key feature for the Britain in Bloom judges when they visit us every summer. The team will plant 12 semi mature hawthorn bushes in a ring about 20 to 25 feet in diameter. Click below to read more...
The St Mary Centre is delighted to bring us the news that traditional fruit and veg retailing has returned to Thornbury.
Following their January opening in January, business owners, Chris and Beckie Mason are keen to tell us about the new shop. Click below to read more...
South Gloucestershire’s Armed Forces Day event celebrates and thanks our serving personnel and veterans for their service to our country on Saturday 27 June 2015 at Staple Hill and Page Park.
If you would like to to take part, for example, marching in the parade, having a display or running an activity in the Park or all of the above, please click below to request an application form. Forms must be returned by March 31st.
South Gloucestershire's Family Fun Day in Kingswood Park on Wednesday 27 May will provide information and fun activities for all family members.
If you would like to participate by providing a stall/stand, an activity or a performance, please get in touch via email below. Participants' application forms and risk assessment must be completed and returned by 25th February 2015.
March is Brain Tumour awareness month and Thornbury's Brain Tumour Support is asking us to host fundraising coffee mornings. On Friday 6th March - Bandanas for Brain Tumours day - they are asking schools, companies and individuals to wear a bandana to show support. Click below to find out more.
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