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There's a new competition on MyThornbury this month: you could win a chiropractic, acupuncture or holistic massage therapy, plus you could win an oak cheese board handcrafted from a wine barrel, or a year's membership of your Active Centre, or a family ticket to the South Glos Show on August 6th and 7th.
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Wildings Department Store is still open - they are continuing with stock clearance until work starts on the store, hopefully in the next few weeks.
When the work is finished they will relaunch with some old favourites and some new departments.
The highlight of July in Thornbury is the Carnival, brought to you by a willing band of volunteers.
If you would like a role in the team, however large or small, for this year's Carnival or next, please click below to find out more and get in touch.
Thornbury Carnival Fringe has been whetting our appetites for the main Carnival Day. Click below to see the photos...
The Cross Hands in Alveston is looking for craft stall holders who live locally who would be interested in having a small stall on August Bank Holiday weekend.
They are having a fun day and beer and cider festival weekend, and thought it would be a great opportunity for people who live locally to be involved.
If you think this would suit you, please contact Sandra on 01454 413062 - please no big operators that work for national companies - they like to keep it as local as possible.
Thornbury's Mayor Helen Harrison is delighted to be relaunching the Mayor's Youth Awards. The awards are open to all young people living within the Thornbury parish, and an organisation or school can nominate as many suitable candidates as they wish.
One of the key aims for this mayoral year is to raise the profile of young people and their place in our community, and these awards are part of that. Click below to read more...
Thornbury in Bloom we need a driver for the Britain in Bloom judging day on July 14th to drive a small mini-bus with the judges and 3 of our team around the town. You need a PSV licence and able to collect the vehicle on the morning of the 14th and transport the judging party until lunchtime and then return the bus to Thornbury Hire.
If you are free and could help we would be very pleased to hear from you as soon as possible. Please contact Sue below...
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