Hobbies

Create and Grow

Learn to Sew classes held locally for ages 8 to adult; After School Clubs, Holiday Clubs, Kids Parties, Teens and Adults. Kids learn the skills to make felt animal pincushions, felt cushions, cute key rings and pretty purses, sew straight stitch, applique, blanket stitch, sewing on a button and beads. Teens and adults can learn to use a sewing machine whilst making pretty items such as bags with bows, lounging trousers or a simple skirt. Lots of fun projects to make and everything is supplied.
Tel: 01454 411915 or 07793 373355

www.createandgrow.co.uk
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The Wool Stop

The Wool Stop welcomes knitters and crocheters of all ages and types. We're packed with lovely yarns and other bits and bobs including patterns, needles, buttons, cottons and bags. Pop in to browse, or bring your knitting, sit in the Knitter Natter room and enjoy coffee and chat with other woolly minded people.
Look out for workshops and Knitter Natter sessions coming soon, we'd love you to join us. Please see our website below:

15 The Plain, Thornbury BS35 2BD
Tel: 01454 419912
Tel: 07812 181474
www.thewoolstop.co.uk
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Acton Court

Latteridge Road, Iron Acton BS37 9TL
Tel: 01454 228224
www.actoncourt.com
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Alveston Gardens Association

We meet in the Jubilee Hall, Alveston on the first Monday of the month at 7.30pm. Each month there is a guest speaker to enlighten us on all manner of things "gardening". Visits are made to several lovely gardens/properties each year (both National Trust and privately owned) either as part of an extended trip or as day trips.
The club is managed by a Committee operating under a Constitution and is affiliated to the Royal Horticultural Society and to the Gloucestershire Federation of Gardening Societies.
Anyone interested finding out more can contact the Secretary, Frank Wells:

Tel: 01454 415443
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Art Classes

Held at The Chantry, Castle Street, Thornbury BS35 1HB
Tel: 07791 400362


Cake Decorating Classes

Tel: 07581 529341


Creative Connections Art Therapy

Mustay House Studio, Tockington
Tel: 01454 612226
Tel: 07787 762747


Eastwood Gardeners' Club

Our meetings are in the Armstrong Hall on the second Tuesday of each month between 7pm and 9pm. We have a varied selection of speakers and also organise trips to gardens of interest during the year. If you would like to join the club, please contact either Jill Lowden on 01453 842235 or Ann Varney on 01454 260235. Membership for the year is only £12. You can also come along as a visitor to see if you would like to join - at a cost of only £1.50.


Funread Book Club

If you like reading books and would like to meet to discuss a book once a month then join us. We sit around a log fire at Little Whitfield Farmhouse with a warm cup of tea, something to nibble and our book-stories to tell.
For more information, contact Mike or Gill Spiller on 01454 260153.

www.mythornbury.co.uk/funread_boo...
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Mumbleys Farmhouse Rural Courses

Mumbleys Farmhouse, Sweetwater Lane, Mumbleys, Thornbury BS35 3JY
Tel: 01454 415296
www.mumbleysfarmhouse.co.uk
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Olveston Craft Group

There is a craft group which meets on the second Monday of each month in the Olveston Methodist Hall, and all crafters are welcome to come along and share their crafts with others.
For more information please contact Mary Slader on 07747 562264 or by email below.

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Raptorcare

Tel: 01454 294258
www.raptorcare.co.uk
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Severn Vale Flower Club

Meetings are held at the Armstrong Hall Complex, Thornbury, with demonstrations usually on the third Wednesday in the month at 2pm and practice classes at 1.30pm. See the calendar for event details. Annual subscription £35, visitors usually £3.50. For more information contact secretary Mrs Jill Morgan on 01454 228408 or click below. NAFAS affiliated.

www.nafas.org.uk/flower_club/Seve...
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Severn Valley Quilters

We meet in Thornbury's Armstrong Hall complex on the 4th Wednesday of each month except August and December.
We try to cater for all levels of quilters from beginners to the more experienced.
For more information contact Lorraine Shergold 01454 417559 or by email below.

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Thornbury Allotment Association

Daggs Allotments at the top of the High Street are administered for the people of Thornbury by Thornbury Town Trust.
Thomas Dagg gave the field to Thornbury in 1546, so we tend what must be some of the oldest allotments in the country.
There are 120 allotments, and the Association has over 100 members. It organises social events, monthly newsletters, and an Allotment Shop.
Gillingstool Primary School's plot offers pupils the chance to grow and eat their own produce.
Membership costs just a couple of pounds a year, and brings many benefits. You don't need to be a plot holder to become a member. We have discounted seeds, competitive prices on gardening items, guest speakers and visits.
If you would like to become a member, or be added to the waiting list for a plot, contact Margaret Powell at the Town Trust by email below.

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Thornbury and District Flower Club

We meet for demonstrations and practice classes at Thornbury Methodist Church Hall, at 7.30pm on the second and fourth Thursdays of the month. New members and visitors are always welcome at either the demonstration or practice nights. We are affiliated to NAFAS. For more information click below.

www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/s...


Thornbury and District Townswomen's Guild

We are a group of women of all ages who meet monthly to exchange ideas, learn new skills, raise money for local and international charities and generally have fun!
We meet in the Cossham Hall on the second Wednesday in the month for a short business meeting followed by a speaker or entertainment.
For more information, please click below.

www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/l...


Thornbury and South Glos Amateur Radio Club (TSGARC)

We are a small friendly club who meet every Wednesday evening at 8pm. Subject to programme, we usually meet at the Chantry, Thornbury.
Courses and exams can be arranged. Morse practice is available.
Please see our website, below, for details of our location, activities and the weekly club meetings programme. For more information, please contact Stan Goodwin, G0RYM:

Tel: 01454 413177
TSGARC.ham-radio-op.net
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Thornbury and South Glos Model Railway Club

We meet Fridays at 8pm in the old scenery store in The Chantry garden.
Most scales, gauges, companies and tractions are accounted for and membership boasts a wide range of skills. We hold our own exhibition over the last weekend of November, and as member of the Association of Model Railway Clubs, Wales & West of England we also take part in their exhibition held at Thornbury Leisure Centre on May Bank Holiday Weekends.
For more information, call Rob Mills on 01454 412440 or email below.

www.tsgmrc.co.uk
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Thornbury Art Club

Thornbury's Art Club started as a painting class around 40 years ago and is now a thriving and fully independent club, meeting four times a week in the Armstrong Hall Complex.
Membership is open to anyone aged 16 and over, non-artists, beginners, amateurs and professional artists alike, and includes talks, slide shows and demonstrations as well as social functions and painting sessions.

www.thornburyartclub.org.uk
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Thornbury Camera Club

The club welcomes photographers of all abilities. We meet at 7.30 for 7.45 every Monday evening at the Bakery annexe near the Wheatsheaf pub, September to April, and have a reduced programme during the summer. The meetings are a mix of guest speakers, competitions and practical evenings. We run a beginners course in the Autumn, and students regularly join us for club meetings. If you would like more details, contact us, or come along to one of our meetings.

www.thornburycamera.co.uk
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Thornbury Country Music Club

We meet once a month to appreciate entertainment by British Country Music Artists, either as a listener or dancer (couples/line dancing/or just freestyle). We guarantee a good night out with a friendly atmosphere. Come dressed or casual. There is a large dance floor with a bar, raffle and food for sale. All shows start at 8pm, admission £5.50. For more information, contact Nancy on 01454 632135 or by email.

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Thornbury Craft Club

The club meets every second Thursday of the month at St Mary's Church Hall, 7.30 for 8-10pm. Join us for an evening of fun, make new friends and try your hand at a new craft? The meetings are a mix of demonstrations, speakers and hands-on experience. The evening normally concludes with an item to take home and show off to the family! Anyone is welcome to attend from the age of 16 with any ability level. To attend a trial evening please ring Maggie Taylor on 01453 810574 or 07980 528315 or email below.

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Thornbury Cymrodorion (Welsh) Society

There are currently 140 members and the Society has just celebrated its 40th anniversary. Nine events are organised by the committee every year. These include two dinner and dances (St. David's Day and Christmas), Welsh Male Choir concert, carol service, an evening trip and day trip as well as three social events with buffet supper and entertainment (such as fun quiz, games night, casino night, fun barn dance musical entertainment and AGM). Many members come to all events but some prefer to come to only a few. The Society is above all a lively, very friendly group of people who enjoy meeting together to enjoy themselves. Please email or call Clive Farnham on 417669.

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Thornbury Friendship and Exercise Club

These weekly sessions provide an opportunity for older people to socialise and make friends whilst sharing some gentle exercise, a cup of tea or coffee, games and other fun activities. There will also be occasional special events such as healthy eating workshops and excursions.
Every Thursday from 10.30am to 12pm at The Chantry.

Tel: 01454 862296
www.southglos.gov.uk/A4L


Thornbury Geology Group

We are a section of Thornbury Museum and meet on the third Thursday of each month at 7.30pm in the Chantry. We meet to exchange information about local and world wide geological topics and examine maps, rocks, minerals and fossils. No previous knowledge of geology is needed and beginners and experts alike are welcome.

Tel: 01454 416882
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Thornbury Horticultural Society

The oldest Horticultural Society in Thornbury was established in the 1830s by a group of gentlemen of the town 'to introduce a taste of gardening amongst the cottages...'. The Society is affiliated to the RHS, and membership entitles you to a discount at Thornbury Garden Shop and free entry to the Shows and Social Evenings. For more information please click below.

Tel: 0793 4560207
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Thornbury Indoor Bowls Club

We meet at Thornbury Leisure Centre.
Tel: 01454 865777


Thornbury Library

Thornbury Library is free to join, free to use, and gives you access to a world of books, film, music, information, and more, with free Internet access.
Opening hours are: Monday and Tuesday 9.30am-5.30pm, Wednesday and Friday 9.30am-7pm, Saturday 9.30am-5pm, Thursday and Sunday closed.

St Mary Street, Thornbury BS35 2AA
Tel: 01454 868006
www.southglos.gov.uk/libraries
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Thornbury Squares - fun and fellowship set to music

Thornbury Squares has been in existence for eighteen years, and during that time many people from Thornbury and district have discovered the joys of square dancing and made many new friends.
Classes run on Thursdays at 8pm in Manorbrook School, Thornbury. If you would like to find out what square dancing is all about, why not turn up or ring Ann (885058) or Sue (778795) for more details.


Thornbury U3A

Thornbury University of the Third Age was founded in 1997 and is now one of the largest organisations in the town with over 1500 members.
The title ‘University’ can be misleading as members do not require any qualifications to join and there are no examinations to sit or awards made. It provides a wide range of educational, social and leisure activities and is an excellent way of meeting people and making friends. There is no age limit on membership but you need to have ceased full-time employment as most groups meet during the day, either in members’ homes or halls in the local area.
However, in order to keep our size within reasonable limits, members do need to live either in Thornbury or within quite a large area around it as defined by a set of postcodes.
Annual membership, due 1st January, is £6 per person and £10 for two people at the same address. This enables members to join as many of the seventy-plus groups as they wish. There are also a number of excellent one-day visits and summer outings that are open to all U3A members.
Click below for further information and a full list of all the groups on offer.

www.thornburyu3a.org.uk


Thornbury WI

Thornbury WI was re-formed in 2010, since then the “Thorn Birds” have evolved into a friendly sociable group of women of all ages.
We like to try new activities and listen to a variety of speakers, we enjoy meeting new friends, and having fun.
Meetings are held on the 3rd Tuesday of the month from 7.30–9.30pm at Thornbury Methodist Hall. Click below to find out more...

www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/l...


Thornbury Wine Circle

We meet on the first Friday in each month at 8pm in the Armstrong Hall. We stage three commercial wine tastings a year, including wines possibly more expensive than one would normally buy. For these evenings we charge between £3 and £5 depending on actual costs of wine and light supper.
Our other evenings involve slide shows and talks. These are funded from the annual subscription of £12. The Christmas meeting is at an hotel with dinner and dance, and the summer event is often a Mystery Coach Tour to an out of the way pub.
Unlike when the Wine Circle began in the Seventies, home made wine is not often made these days, but some grape and elderberry wine is used at BBQs, and mulled wine at Christmas.
For more information, contact Andrew Gillingham on 01454 415015 or by email below.

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Thornbury Writers Circle

We are a lively and friendly group and welcome new writers whether they be poets, novelists, article writers or anyone who just loves the written word. We meet Wednesday evenings at 7.30pm at The Chantry. For more information phone Rosie on 01749 870328 or click below.

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Tockington Archers

We are a small but friendly target archery club based in Tockington near Bristol.
We welcome archers of all levels from absolute beginners, for whom we run a beginners' course in June, to the more experienced archer.

www.tockingtonarchers.co.uk


Related events

Wednesday 23rd April 2014
7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Lynne Quinn will be coming to talk about Adventures in Design and Quilting

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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Friday 25th April 2014
Learn to Sew with Create and Grow, Tytherington

Roman Blinds

In just one day, Create and Grow can teach you to sew, whether you are an adult, teen or child.

Join the handmade revolution and learn to sew today!

Ring 07793 373355 or email Mandy Gerrard for bookings and info.

www.createandgrow.co.uk
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Saturday 26th April 2014
Learn to Sew with Create and Grow, Tytherington

Beginners Learn to Sew

In just one day, Create and Grow can teach you to sew, whether you are an adult, teen or child.

Join the handmade revolution and learn to sew today!

Ring 07793 373355 or email Mandy Gerrard for bookings and info.

www.createandgrow.co.uk
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12noon: Berkeley Hunt Point to Point

Held at our usual venue of Stone, which is 1 mile north of junction 14 of the M5.

Pony Racing starts at 12 noon, First Race at 2pm

We have some of the best fences in the county and it's always a good family day out with a picnic and gazebo area offering a good view of the course.

www.berkeleyhunt.co.uk

7.30pm: Thornbury Swing Band Spring Dance
Armstrong Hall, Thornbury

From Glenn Miller to Frank Sinatra, join us for an evening of swing music!

Tickets £6, under 16’s free
Advance bookings 01454 414 209 and Thornbury Town Hall in support of local charity Hammer Out.

www.thornburyswingband.pwp.blueyo...

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Monday 28th April 2014
6.30pm: Severn Vale Flower Club Open Meeting
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Doors open 6.30pm for 7.30pm

Elizabeth Graham with The Colour of...

Refreshments, raffle and sales tables.

For more information contact secretary Mrs Jill Morgan on 01454 228408 or click below.

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Monday 5th May 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

Bristol's new Botanic Garden - with George Hargreaves

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Monday 12th May 2014
1.30pm: Severn Vale Flower Club
Armstrong Hall Complex

Practice - An arrangement featuring wood

For more information contact secretary Mrs Jill Morgan on 01454 228408 or click below.

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Wednesday 14th May 2014
7.30pm: Thornbury and District Townswomen's Guild Meeting
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Sue Aitken - Hanging Baskets
Competition: Flower Picture - Sales Table - Books

www.mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/l...

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Thursday 15th May 2014
7.30pm: Community Lecture: Slimbridge
Marlwood School

7.30–9pm - free admission, The Learning Resource Centre, Marlwood School

The guest speaker will be Bill Francis from Slimbridge Wetlands Centre talking about: 'From Crested Screamers to Spoon-billed Sandpipers'.

The Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust was founded at Slimbridge in 1946. The talk will tell of Slimbridge and the Trust’s other 8 Centres today, Why Wetlands are important to people as well as wildlife and the Trust’s Bird Species Conservation Projects around the World.

www.marlwood.com

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Saturday 17th May 2014
WEA Dayschool: What exactly IS Neuroscience?
The Chantry, Thornbury

10am-4pm, The Chantry, 52 Castle Street, Thornbury

Come and find out at a day school entitled “Know your Own Mind – an Introduction to Neuroscience”. Cost: £18. Tutor: Anthony Curtis.

No previous knowledge, qualifications or experience required!

For further details, ring 0845 458 2758 or 01454 415165 or e mail below. Other information available on our website. Course ID C3525005.

www.wea-sw.org.uk
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Wednesday 21st May 2014
2pm: Severn Vale Flower Club
Armstrong Hall Complex

Bridget Manton

Competition - Influenced by Ikebana

For more information contact secretary Mrs Jill Morgan on 01454 228408 or click below.

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7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

21 May - a talk and demonstration by Debby Bird on how to use Angelina fibres

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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Monday 2nd June 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

Medicinal Herbs in the Garden - with Caroline Sheldrick

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Wednesday 4th June 2014
Summer Flower Arranging
The Gables Hotel

Be inspired with some stunning creative ideas for making the most of summer flowers by Tracy Rowbottom of Cherri Burrelle at The Paintworks, Bristol.

£21.95 per person, includes coffee on arrival and a three course lunch.

To book your tickets please call the Events department on 01454 260502 or click below.

www.thegablesbristol.co.uk

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Saturday 21st June 2014
Chocolate Made Easy Demonstration
The Gables Hotel

A fascinating demonstration with tastings by chocolatier Yvonne Everest who will explain the techniques and art of working with chocolate by decorating a beautiful cake. £14.95 per adult, £9.95 per child, (8—14), includes tea or coffee on arrival and a delicious afternoon tea.

To book please call 01454 260502 or click below.

www.thegablesbristol.co.uk
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Wednesday 25th June 2014
7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Skills Evening - come and learn something new!

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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Monday 7th July 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

The Pyrenees in June - with Sue Dodd and Sue Smith

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Wednesday 23rd July 2014
7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Ann Boyce will be showing us how to make tassels

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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Saturday 2nd August 2014
2pm: Thornbury Horticultural Society Summer Show
Armstrong Hall Complex

2-4pm

Thornbury Horticultural Show is one of the longest running shows around. We are an open show which means anyone can enter. We have a range of classes including vegetables, top tray and novelties, flower classes with all the popular summer flowers and pot plants.

If you are interested in floral art there are classes for you to enter too. There are also classes for cookery, preserves, and handicrafts. For the photographers there are classes available for you. For the youngsters there are classes for you to enter as well.

Prize money and cups for presented for winning entries. For W.I. Groups there is a Challenge Cup for the highest classes.

Supporters, helping, entering or visiting the show are very welcome. Tea and cakes will... Read more >>

www.thornburyhorticulturalsociety...

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Monday 4th August 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

No meeting

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Tuesday 12th August 2014
Annual Perseid meteor shower

If the skies are clear, get out the deck chairs and spend an hour in the dark looking upwards - the annual Perseid meteor shower peaks on the night of August 12th.

Shooting stars can appear anywhere in the sky, so best simply to sit where you can see as much sky as possible, away from bright streetlights; no need for telescopes or binoculars. An hour's stargazing will usually yield a dozen or so shooting stars.

www.spaceweather.com


Monday 1st September 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

A Naturalist in England - with Helen Mugdridge

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Saturday 6th September 2014
2pm: Cromhall Flower Show and Village Fayre
St Andrew's School, Cromhall

The 68th Annual Cromhall Flower Show and Village Fayre is being held at 2pm in St Andrew's School field.

It's an open show, so entries are welcome from neighbouring villages and further afield.

For more information, please click below.

www.cromhall.com/events/flowersho...

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Thursday 11th September 2014
South Gloucestershire Discover Festival 2014

South Gloucestershire’s biggest festival 11 September – 31 October 2014

Now in its third year, the Discover Festival is an exciting and diverse programme of events for young adults, adults and families to discover something new in South Gloucestershire. It is organised by South Gloucestershire Council, local residents, community groups and businesses. We want to show why South Gloucestershire is a great place to live and work.

Discover 2013 featured 225 events and 8 exhibitions. Over 8000 people attended events which ranged from one to one advice sessions to large scale open days. 2013 saw a 25% increase in the numbers of events featured in the festival and a 33% increase in people attending from 2012.

The Discover 2014 will take... Read more >>

www.southglos.gov.uk/discover
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Wednesday 24th September 2014
7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Shattered Flowers - Carys will demonstrate this technique

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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Monday 6th October 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

The Shaded Garden - with Duncan Coombs

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Friday 24th October 2014
10.30am: Lynne Gibson Art History Course
The Chantry, Thornbury

How We Lived: In the late Middle Ages and 16th century Flanders

10.30-4.30 day school £28 to include coffee/tea and biscuits (or £50 for two day schools)

Artists across the centuries have offered us insights into the lives of ordinary people: jolly peasants at work and play, middle class families in domestic settings and the nobility enjoying leisure pursuits.

Once occupying a minor category in the Academic hierarchy, and often considered sentimental by Modernist critics, Genre scenes have, deservedly, been re-evaluated by recent art historians.

This richly illustrated course will run over 4 sessions. The first will examine depictions of seasonal activities in Medieval pray books and frescoes. We will also explore life in 16th century... Read more >>

www.lynnegibson.net

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Wednesday 29th October 2014
7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Seven pocket bag with Joyce Prothero

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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Monday 3rd November 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association AGM
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

Annual General Meeting

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Friday 14th November 2014
10.30am: Lynne Gibson Art History Course
The Chantry, Thornbury

How We Lived: In the late Middle Ages and 16th century Flanders

10.30-4.30 day school £28 to include coffee/tea and biscuits (or £50 for two day schools)

Artists across the centuries have offered us insights into the lives of ordinary people: jolly peasants at work and play, middle class families in domestic settings and the nobility enjoying leisure pursuits.

Once occupying a minor category in the Academic hierarchy, and often considered sentimental by Modernist critics, Genre scenes have, deservedly, been re-evaluated by recent art historians.

This richly illustrated course will run over 4 sessions. The second will visit Italy, Spain and the 'Golden Age' Netherlands. We will explore the dramatically lit scenes of Caravaggio and... Read more >>

www.lynnegibson.net

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Wednesday 19th November 2014
7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Shadow patchwork Christmas card with Lorraine

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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Monday 1st December 2014
7.30pm: Alveston Gardens Association
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

So you think you know about Gladiolus? - with Gill Hazel

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Tuesday 2nd December 2014
Alveston Gardens Association Christmas Lunch
Jubilee Hall, Alveston

For more information, please click below.

www.alveston.org/alveston/communi...

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Wednesday 10th December 2014
7.30pm: Severn Valley Quilters
Cossham Hall, Thornbury

Christmas social evening (members only)

For more information, please call Lorraine Shergold on 01454 417559 or email below.

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