Thornbury Voice News

October 19 2020 Street marshals to patrol Thornbury at pub curfew times

Street marshals to patrol Thornbury at pub curfew times

STREET marshals are being introduced in Thornbury to enforce the 10pm curfew and persuade drinkers to act sensibly, as coronavirus cases continue to rise. .. Read More


October 19 2020 Berkeley Hunt cancels Boxing Day meet in Thornbury

Berkeley Hunt cancels Boxing Day meet in Thornbury

THE Boxing Day meeting of the Berkeley Hunt in Thornbury has been cancelled due to coronavirus restrictions... Read More


October 16 2020 Plan to demolish Alveston House Hotel and build homes given go-ahead

Plan to demolish Alveston House Hotel and build homes given go-ahead

CONTROVERSIAL plans to demolish an “iconic” hotel where a famous aviator lived and replace it with a 22-home cul-de-sac have been approved... Read More


October 08 2020 Hit and run driver flees scene of M5 crash

Hit and run driver flees scene of M5 crash

POLICE are trying to trace a hit-and-run driver who fled the scene of a crash at the Almondsbury Interchange... Read More


October 05 2020 Campaigners win time in fight to stop 80-home Thornbury housing development

Campaigners win time in fight to stop 80-home Thornbury housing development

CAMPAIGNERS fighting to stop 80 new homes from being built on fields on the edge of Thornbury have won a reprieve after a U-turn by planners... Read More


October 01 2020 Thornbury High Street one-way option is ruled out during consultation

Thornbury High Street one-way option is ruled out during consultation

TRADERS in Thornbury have been told that the current experimental closure cannot be changed to a one-way system while consultations are underway... Read More


September 28 2020 Charity Brain Tumour Support makes staff redundant as coronavirus restrictions hit fundraising hard

Charity Brain Tumour Support makes staff redundant as coronavirus restrictions hit fundraising hard

THORNBURY charity Brain Tumour Support has had to make staff redundant and move offices after the coronavirus crisis slashed its income. .. Read More


September 28 2020 Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise in South Gloucestershire, report warns

Sexually transmitted diseases on the rise in South Gloucestershire, report warns

SEXUALLY transmitted diseases are on the rise in South Gloucestershire, fuelling concerns about mounting resistance to antibiotics... Read More


September 21 2020 Affordable homes plan for Alveston approved despite neighbours' protests

Affordable homes plan for Alveston approved despite neighbours' protests

PLANS for 13 affordable homes in Alveston have been approved, despite objections from neighbours and the parish council over parking... Read More


September 16 2020 New nuclear power station plans for Oldbury-on-Severn are scrapped

New nuclear power station plans for Oldbury-on-Severn are scrapped

PLANS to build a new nuclear power station at Oldbury-on-Severn have been cancelled... Read More