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.

Our March cover story is about a bid to build the world's first nuclear fusion power station at a site near Thornbury.

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

February 08 2021 Thieves blow up cash machine at Thornbury supermarket

Thieves blow up cash machine at Thornbury supermarket

A CASH machine was blown up by burglars at a Thornbury town centre supermarket... Read More


February 03 2021 Olveston man plotted to smuggle cocaine worth £500,000 for delivery to Airbnb rental

Olveston man plotted to smuggle cocaine worth £500,000 for delivery to Airbnb rental

AN Olveston man has been jailed for his part in a conspiracy to smuggle cocaine worth £500,000 to a house rented on Airbnb... Read More


February 02 2021 Sheltie dogs stolen in break-in

Sheltie dogs stolen in break-in

POLICE are trying to trace a Shetland sheepdog which was one of two stolen during a break-in at the weekend... Read More


February 02 2021 Question mark over Armstrong Hall as Turnberries is favoured

Question mark over Armstrong Hall as Turnberries is favoured

THORNBURY'S Turnberries Community Centre could host facilities originally planned for the closed Armstrong Hall... Read More