Thornbury Voice News

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Work to combat flooding comes to Thornbury and Oldbury

South Gloucestershire Council says designers are now working on plans for drainage works which are due to take place in Thornbury in early 2019... Read More


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English National Ballet’s acclaimed ‘Giselle’ to be shown in Thornbury

Thornbury Picture House is screening the English National Ballet’s Giselle at The Cossham Hall on 2 November, following the very successful showing of Matthew Bourne’s ballets Carmen and Sleeping Beauty. .. Read More


October 01 2018

Progress on getting residents voices heard over health facilities

Liberal Democrat councillors have secured a meeting with health bosses over setting up local groups to represent residents’ views on future health and care facilities in Thornbury. .. Read More


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Volunteer drought leaves long waiting list for Scouts

For many of us it was a rite of passage, being a Cub, Scout or Venture scout. Nowadays, some of the names have changed, but the ethos of the scouting movement stays the same... Read More


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Armstrong Hall redevelopment team ready for next steps

The Armstrong Hall redevelopment group is ready to help recruit a person or organisation to develop a fundraising strategy and business plan. .. Read More


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Gromit trail increases visitors by almost a third

Fans visiting Thornbury’s Gromit statue has meant a boost for the town’s businesses. .. Read More


October 01 2018

Best place to live

SOUTH Gloucestershire has been rated the best place to live in England... Read More


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‘Enormous’ bass flute to feature at concert

A bass flute features in the latest charity concert by Nicola Woodward and friends, which the musician describes as ‘really enormous’, and encourages people to come and see it... Read More


October 01 2018

Thornbury day trippers asked for memories of the sea

The Sailors’ Society, a 200 year old maritime charity, is asking people in Thornbury to recall and share their memories and experiences of the sea... Read More


October 01 2018

Society aims to share fascination with Thornbury’s past

Thornbury Local History and Archaeology Society kicks off its autumn season with a film telling the story of Bristol’s role in the Great War and a talk on the community of Little Stoke. .. Read More