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Thornbury Carnival Committee are seeking support from local businesses who would like to sponsor one of the largest events in the local community.
They are looking for key sponsors who could brand stages or zones within the event, and smaller ones who would like to get coverage through our social media and having a presence on the Carnival Field. If you might be able to help please email below.
Impressionist, actor and stand-up comic Alistair McGowan will bring his more recently developed skills as a pianist to this year’s Thornbury Arts Festival as part of a new UK tour. Click below to read more...
Memorial Woodlands cemetery has been praised for allowing people to take as long as they need to say goodbye to their loved ones.
Mireille Hayden of Gentle Dusk, which provides training for those working with the bereaved, singled out Bristol Memorial Woodlands near Alveston as a great example.
Each Christmas, Thornbury's shops and businesses compete to produce the most festive window display, and enlist your help to decide the favourite.
Participating shops and businesses display a Christmas-related word in their window, with a free prize draw for anyone who collects all the words and votes for their top window. Click below to find out who won in 2019.
2020 heralds the start of an exciting new era for Thornbury Castle, as they embark on a multi-million-pound refurbishment programme. This will result in a luxurious and sophisticated castle hotel experience, with reference to the history and traditions of Thornbury’s most famous owner, King Henry VIII.
Thornbury's Community Composting site is closed for deposits of garden waste until March 2020.
Residents can take garden waste to the Thornbury Sort-It Centre.
Wood and compost sales will continue as normal on Wednesday afternoons and Saturday mornings.