Thornbury and District Fundraising Committee for Cancer Research UK have collected a cheque for £2605 from Thornbury Rugby Club, as a result of a recent family fun day organised and run by Ricky and Rebecca Kingscott and the Curtis family. Chair Jennie Watson would like to thank all those people who helped to make this event so worthwhile and gave of their time and money so generously.
The annual event will take place in March, and will include the usual classes in Speech and Drama, Vocals, Instrumentals, and Choirs and Orchestras.
The Syllabus listing all the dates and classes will be available from the end of October, and entries need to be sent in as soon as possible, with a closing date in mid to late January. Click below to read more...
More of us are spending time and money at our Leisure Centre. Circadian Trust, which operates eight local Leisure Centres, says sales topped £10 million pounds in the last financial year.
The social enterprise says the number of paying visitors rose to 2.5m, thanks to dedicated staff, investment in facilities and using technology to improve customer experience.
The Sweet Chestnut tree by the vicarage has now come down and been relocated to Streamleaze Green to be sculpted. Click below to see pictures of the move in progress...
Age UK South Gloucestershire has a waiting list of over 60 older people who are feeling lonely and need a befriending volunteer to visit them once a week for a chat. What they really hope for is a regular chat and a cuppa with a familiar face, which in some cases is the only social contact they have each week. Giving one hour a week can make a big difference to someone's life - for more information call 01454 411707 or click below.
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