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Thornbury in Bloom

Thornbury in Bloom

Edition 6: December 2007.

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Welcome to the sixth THORNBURY IN BLOOM Newsletter produced to keep you and everyone in Thornbury in touch with what is going on and how you can provide help and support. If you have received this on behalf of a group or Organisation please pass it on, display it on a notice board or read out its contents at your meetings. We want everyone in Thornbury to feel part of our campaign! For more information don't forget to log on to our website www.thornburyinbloom.co.uk

HAPPY CHRISTMAS AND HAVE A GOOD 2008 from everyone in Thornbury In Bloom.

A huge thank-you to everyone who has helped us over the past year.

We have now planted a large number of daffodils around Thornbury and have been able to help St Mary's Church, Manorbrook School and all the other Primary Schools with bulb planting projects.

We have lots of ideas for the spring to raise funds and to improve floral displays so look out for more news in the New Year. If you are out for a walk over the holiday period do go and have a look at our new trees in the Mundy Playing Fields. Some have now been sponsored and some were purchased with a grant donated by Judith Hurford one of Thornbury's Tree wardens.

If you have any ideas about projects that we could look at please let us know- we can't promise to do everything but it would be good to have ideas and to know what is important to the people of Thornbury because that, at the end of the day, is what it is all about - making our town a better place in which to live and work.

Thank-you all again.

For more information or to offer help, support or ideas or to subscribe to this newsletter please contact Sue Aitken, Thornbury In Bloom. Tel: 01454 419350 or email

If you would like to talk over an idea please talk to any member of our “In Bloom Team” or call into Thornbury Garden Shop to see Sue Aitken or the Town Hall to see Sue Horsfall.

See also

Thornbury in Bloom main page
Thornbury Town Council
Garden Centres

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