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Friday 04 September

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Indulge at the Autumn Food Fair

Come and indulge in a celebration of food in Thornbury. Castle Street and the Plain are being closed off to allow local food suppliers and caterers to display their products and services. There'll be plenty to see, try and buy. Click below to find out more...


Give A Cat A Home...

Bristol and Wales Cat Rescue have a large number of cats and kittens that need homes, with ever more on a waiting list to come in.
At present they're looking to find homes for feral cats, and ideal homes are: farms, smallholdings, stables or just a rural home with some land or a large garden. If you can help, please click below to find out more...


A new owner for The Wool Stop

Thornbury's The Wool Stop has a new owner: Jennifer May. Jennifer has taken over from Tina Stephens, who is moving to Wales for her husband's job. Click below to find out more...


Julie is going for GOLD!

Alveston House Hotel are extremely proud that owner and General Manager Julie Camm is part of team GB in the fast and furious sport of Single Pony Carriage Driving. They are delighted to announce that Julie is off to the World Championships in September with her two magnificent ponies Kasawell Blackjack and Thornyside Emperor...


Become a Community Governor

The Marlwood School Local Governing Body has vacancies for two Community Governors.
We are looking for two people living or working in the local area who could bring their skills to the governing body and contribute to the work to improve school performance.
The Local Governing Body is particularly in need of individuals with skills in facilities management, health and safety management, public relations and legal affairs. You would need to be able to commit to attend and actively participate in governing body meetings, as well as become involved as a Link Governor in an area of school life.
If you are interested in putting your name forward for consideration for this vacancy and/or would like to discuss the role of governor further, please contact Mary Chancellor, PA to the Headteacher, by email below.


Become Dementia Friendly

As part of working towards making Thornbury a dementia Friendly Town and as a trained Dementia Friends Champion, Pauline Sandell would like to deliver a free one hour information session to local organisations, in which they will learn more about dementia and how they can help to create dementia friendly communities. Please email Pauline below to find out more.


Hutchinson Legal & Associates Ltd.

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Latest news from the Gazette:

Government funding tackles fuel poverty and keeps bills low in South Gloucestershire homes
Smokers in South West urged to sign up to Stoptober campaign and get messages of support from leading comedians
Family of 25-year-old man whose body was found in Clifton release photo
Disabled mum in Thornbury furious at housing association for taking away 'dream home'
Parents of premature babies given free books at Southmead Hospital to encourage them to read through the incubator
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UK to accept 'thousands' more refugees
EU 'must accept 200,000 refugees'
Police cars given to civilian staff
IS 'blows up Palmyra tower tombs'
Nearly one million 'face mortgage woe'
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