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This month on MyThornbury there's a chance to win £50 to spend at Thornbury Chiropractic.
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With the NEW SS17 French fashion range Captain Tortue on its way, Charlene Moore at Colour4Life is holding a sale of Autumn and Winter stock. Everything must go. Bargains from £10.
Click below for details of pop-in sessions or contact Charlene if you need another time to suit you.
Thornbury Town Council and South Gloucestershire Council have begun discussions to explore options to make best use of existing community facilities in the town to deliver services for the growing population. One option that will be looked into is whether the facilities currently provided at the Armstrong Hall could be better provided in the modern Turnberries building. South Gloucestershire Council will also consider whether some of its services, including the library, could be centralised at Turnberries, to develop a community centre with a range of activities on offer.
The closing date for nominations for Thornbury's Youth Awards has now been extended to 31st March 2017.
Mayor Helen Harrison has relaunched the awards, which are open to all young people living within the Thornbury parish.
One of the key aims for this mayoral year is to raise the profile of young people and their place in our community, and these awards are part of that. Click below to read more...
Time for a change? New Year often brings thoughts of finding a new job or creating a new challenge or opportunity. Click below to begin looking for your next career move...
The Digital Grapevine is a small, all female, web design and promotion team based in Thornbury. Founded by Laura Hunter and Claire Chappell, they previously traded as Laura Hunter Design. Laura and Claire decided to rebrand, late last year, to reflect that they were no longer a one woman band and chose The Digital Grapevine as they wanted to express how the internet is now the main way we find out about anything! Click below to read more...
Thornbury's Community Composting site could could be awarded £5000 from Tesco if enough of us vote for them.
When you shop at Tesco, you'll be given a token at the till to post in one of three voting boxes allocated to local appeals.
Voting will take place in nearby Tesco stores until 28th January and the site will find out in February how much it has been awarded.
Latest news from the Gazette:
• Police continue investigation into possible arson in Thornbury
• Today's weather: Wednesday, January 18
• Changes to car tax after April to help to decrease pollution
• New cycling club in Thornbury celebrate their first anniversary
• Thornbury Castle shortlisted for top wedding venue award
• more local news
Latest items from BBC News:
• Italy avalanche: 'Many dead' in hotel Rigopiano in Abruzzo
• Theresa May will tell world leaders UK is 'open for business'
• Gambia's President Jammeh refuses to leave office as deadline passes
• First British holidaymakers return from The Gambia
• British paedophile Paul Charles Wilkins jailed in US
• more UK & world news