Each month, over 1,500 people living in and around Thornbury receive our email newsletter, letting them know what's new on MyThornbury - new competitions, new events, and new things to see and do.
Here's the latest newsletter:
Enter May's competition for the chance to win afternoon tea with a view at Eastwood Park, and boost your health and beautify your surroundings with our latest offers. You can also see who won Easter's Thornbunny competitions.
Thornbury has always been a welcoming town, and a new initiative by Mayor Helen Harrison aims to extend that hospitality - see the Thornbury Welcomes! page to see how the idea is developing - including the chance to add your name to the 1,000 piece Thornbury Jigsaw.
This summer Thornbury United Reformed Church is hosting a new Memory Cafe for people with dementia and their carers. If you'd like to volunteer, join their information and training morning on May 19th.
There are also volunteering opportunities at Thornbury Library's Summer Reading Challenge.
Thornbury has a reputation for nurturing children's creativity - sign yours up now for a new expressive After School and Saturday Morning Art Club - coming soon to Paintpotts.
Go shopping this May: fill your garden with flowers from the Thornbury in Bloom Annual Fundraising Plant Sale, help Gems celebrate 25 years of trading in Thornbury at a silver anniversary event, and take the final opportunity to purchase pieces of Zair pottery.
Finally, remember Give and Take when you're spring cleaning - it's the easy way to declutter.
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