Welcome to the Thornbury Voice website

The Thornbury Voice is a monthly free local newspaper packed with news, views and advertising for the residents and businesses of Thornbury and its surrounding villages.

On our June cover, a date has been set for a final decision on the future of the experimental pedestrianisation of Thornbury High Street, and a five-year-old boy is walking 100km to raise money for the charity supporting his baby brother.

Our website keeps you up to date with breaking news stories from the area as well as highlights from our monthly print edition. 

You can read the latest news here.

You can also find the Thornbury Voice magazine online here.

 

Tell us your news

We are always interested in hearing from residents in the Yate and Chipping Sodbury area. If you have a news story you think people should know about, views on what is happening in the area or a local event you would like to publicise in the magazine or on the website, get in touch via the contact section of this website, by email at contact@thornburyvoice.co.uk or by calling 01454 800120.

Thornbury Voice is your magazine and we want to feature the things that matter to people in the area.

Richard Drew (publisher)

More News

June 16 2021 Wanted man could be in Downend

Wanted man could be in Downend

POLICE are appealing for help in tracking down a man with links to Downend.. Read More


June 16 2021 Thornbury Carnival postponed after delay to end of covid restrictions

Thornbury Carnival postponed after delay to end of covid restrictions

PLANS for this year's Thornbury Carnival have been put on hold... Read More


June 10 2021 Alveston man cleared of murder charge after man stabbed to death in front of crowd

Alveston man cleared of murder charge after man stabbed to death in front of crowd

AN ALVESTON man has been found not guilty of murder after a man was stabbed to death outside a community centre... Read More


June 08 2021 Thornbury High Street through traffic ban made permanent by South Glos Council

Thornbury High Street through traffic ban made permanent by South Glos Council

A BAN on through traffic in Thornbury High Street has been made permanent, despite petitions and pleas from some residents. .. Read More