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New Baby and Toddler Fair

Eastwood Park is hosting its first Baby and Toddler Fair on October 4th. They plan to run this event annually from now on and will be working with lots of local suppliers and organisations within our community. It's free to enter and there will be demonstrations to get involved in as well as guidance and support from groups and organisations. Click below to read more...

New Year - New Show!

Good news! Northavon School of Drama Students, who perform as the Northavon Youth Theatre Company, recently staged their annual Summer Showcase to great acclaim and Principal/Director: Lyn Bedford announced that next Easter (1 – 4 April, 2015) they’ll perform a brand new show: Sunshine On Leith at Thornbury’s Armstrong Hall. Created in Scotland, this is the area premiere of this emotive, thoughtful and exciting musical. Click below for more...

Wanted - a weekly pianist!

If you have piano playing skills, even if a bit rusty, and fancy doing something more worthwhile on Saturday mornings, why not find out more about a vacancy that has unexpectedly arisen in Thornbury? Although this is a voluntary position, a small remuneration may be available. Click below to find out more...

Congratulations Nikki!

Nikki Drake is the lucky winner of Thornbury Carnival's prize draw. Nikki's entry was one of dozens received by the Carnival committee, supplying useful feedback that will shape next year's Carnival. Nikki wins a £20 voucher to spend in Thornbury's shops and businesses.

Clearance Sale at Truly You

Bargains galore at the Truly You end of season clearance sale: up to 70% off designer gowns, with bridal gowns from as little as £00, bridesmaid and prom gowns from £30, and flowergirl dresses from £20. All accessories half price. Call in to 15-17 St Mary Street - sale ends 2nd August.

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From 'Gazette Series':

A comprehensive list of planning applications submitted to South Gloucestershire Council.

AN ANGERED Thornbury man has criticised Thornbury Town Council for its ‘draconian rules’ concerning charges for plots at the town’s cemetery.

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The EU imposes new economic sanctions on Russia over the conflict in Ukraine, going beyond asset freezes and travel bans.

More than 100 Palestinians die, officials say, as Israel intensifies its Gaza bombardment and warns of a long conflict ahead.


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