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From 'Gazette Series':

CONTROVERSIAL plans have been revealed for a 3,000-home village on the edge of Thornbury.


IRATE councillors have launched a petition against further housing developments in Thornbury, with an appeal for residents to voice their opinions.


SO-CALLED legal highs will be brought to an end, when new legislation comes into force across the country tomorrow.


DEMANDS have been made by councillors for a £117,000 financial contribution to stay in Charfield following approval of a new 64-home development in the village.


CAMPAIGNERS from Severn Beach are appealing to the community to join their fight against the illegal use of off-road vehicles on private land near the village.


A SIX-YEAR-OLD artist from Thornbury has won her school £200 after her art was named runner-up in the regional heat of a national art competition.


TODAY will be generally fine and dry with plenty of sunshine.


RESIDENTS in South Gloucestershire are being urged to check their options for emergency healthcare treatment and advice ahead of this bank holiday weekend.


ALMOST 200 residents gathered for a party at a care home in Thornbury to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday.


A DRY, fine and sunny start to the day is likely to carry on through the rest of the day.


LOOKING back on some of the stories the Gazette has reported through the years...


CONSERVATIVE councillors in South Gloucestershire have defended their position after criticism from opposition councillors after an apparent U-turn over a referendum for devolution.


PUPILS from a school in Thornbury are celebrating a partnership with a housebuilder in the creation of a new place to play called the "Willow Turtle".


SECONDARY school students from Thornbury presented projects and proposals to parents, staff and business leaders on Thursday during a business forum at Eastwood Park.


LOOKING back on some of the stories the Gazette has reported through the years...




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