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This month on MyThornbury there's a chance to win a family day pass to Berkeley Castle.
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Click below to see a YouTube video of Thornbury Carnival, taken by Farmer Rich Cornock from Tytherington.
Were you snapped at the Thornbury Carnival Parade? Click below to view the photo gallery...
Thank you very much to all of you who attended the Alveston Singers’ summer concerts in June. Thanks to your generosity we collected £1177 for Stroke Association & Bristol Teenage Cancer Trust.
Happy retirement to florist Jean Owen, who has handed over the running of T&J Owen on The Plain in Thornbury to Sarah Gibson. Sarah has worked in the shop for ten years, and Jean will still be working there, so very little will change!
South Gloucestershire Council has recently launched Warm Up South Gloucestershire, an initiative designed to make your rental property warmer and help landlords stay ahead of new regulations coming into force.
We can help landlords access up to £3,000 of grant funding for energy efficiency improvements such as heating upgrades, with additional funding for new gas connections. If you want to find out more call 0800 980 0902 or click below.
An elderly lady has lost her hearing aid while shopping in Thornbury and is hoping it may have been found. If you can help, please get in touch.
Latest news from the Gazette:
• Digital project brings history of Olveston residents to life
• ‘Aggressive’ travellers remove gate and pitch up on Thornbury farm
• Students get road safety lesson with mock-up car crash at Marlwood School
• Biomass boiler producer officially opens training centre near Thornbury
• Online business given 'unfair' bill to have faster broadband installed in Elberton
• more local news
Latest items from BBC News:
• Creditors press Greece for debt plan
• 7/7 anniversary marked with services
• Major UK energy firms 'overcharged'
• US 'intensifying' anti-IS campaign
• Karate Kid producer Weintraub dies
• more UK & world news