Welcome to MyThornbury - your online guide to events and organisations in Thornbury, South Gloucestershire.
Enter July's competition and you could win Afternoon Tea at Thornbury Castle.
And check out the latest offers for more treats for all the family.
See events calendar for more to celebrate in Thornbury!
This and much more being given away on Thornbury Give-n-Take.
Two two-way radios have been found after Thornbury Carnival - are they yours? If so, please contact Paul Morrish by email below...
Children from eight schools in the Thornbury area took part in Thornbury Rotary Club's 'Youth Speaks' competition, giving presentations on subject such as The Romans, Girl Guides and Toys and their influence. Click below to see who won...
Conscious of customers' changing desires, Chef Ron at Ronnie's has introduced in his relaxed downstairs bar area, his innovative ‘Bar Plates’ - based around the quality ingredients Ron is renowned for, but designed to challenge and tantalise our taste buds – each day new dishes are produced to celebrate the best of that day's deliveries, catches and creations. When they are gone they are gone! Click below to read more...
Did you lose a jacket at Thornbury Carnival? If so, please click below to contact the organiser David Goldring... we may be able to reunite you with it!
When will the water park be ready on the Mundy Playing Fields? What's happening to the Sweet Chestnut tree outside the vicarage? And what about redevelopment plans for the Armstrong Hall?
Click below to download Thornbury Town Council's July 2014 committee reports.
Heritage in Thornbury has launched a new website. Click below to find out more about the gift and coffee shop, and sign up to their newsletter for offers, competitions and news...
Local Author Tony Domaille has just published a Kindle book, 'Indian Summer Sunshine and other stories'. All royalties go to Children in Need. Click below to find out more...
The Alveston Singers thank everyone who attended their summer concerts for their generosity. The retiring collections from the two concerts totalled £863 which will be shared between their two chosen charities for 2014: Parkinson's UK and Hope for Tomorrow (Mobile Chemotherapy Units).
Click below and follow the link 'View Thornbury Carnival Photographs' to see Carnival photographs taken by members of Thornbury Camera Club.
What did you think of Thornbury Carnival 2014? The organising committee would love to hear what made your day, and what could be done differently to create an even better event next year. Please click below to send through your thoughts... and you could win a £20 voucher to spend in Thornbury.
Hundreds of employees from waste management firm, SITA UK, have taken part in a 2,400 mile, UK cross-country cycle tour to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The winding route, designed to include as many of SITA UK’s facilities as possible, made the journey almost three times as long as the traditional Land’s End to John O’ Groats cycle route of 874 miles.
SITA UK manages the collection of waste and recycling on behalf of South Gloucestershire Council and operates four Sort It! recycling centres. CEO David Palmer-Jones said: 'Unfortunately, cancer is something that affects us all, which is why we have chosen to give something back by attempting to raise enough money to fund a Macmillan nurse for a whole year.'
Thornbury Volunteer Centre will operate limited opening hours throughout the summer. From Monday 28 July to Friday 29 August the office will open to the public on Mondays and Wednesdays only between 10.30am-12 noon.
Click below or leave a message on 01454 413392 and we will answer all enquiries as soon as possible. Normal opening hours resume on Monday 1 September.
From 30th June Heritage gift shop on Thornbury High Street is going to be open until 5.30pm rather than 5. With a wide range of contemporary gifts, jewellery and home accessories, traditional brands including Bristol Blue and Dartington and a large children’s range, Heritage has something for everyone.
You'll be a-mazed at what's going on for children in the library this summer. It's Mythical Maze, Summer Reading Challenge 2014! The challenge begins on 12 July and runs until 13 September. It's free to join in the fun, and there'll be free activities throughout the holiday to help children complete the challenge.
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