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Alveston Community Forum


The Forum is a non profit-making organisation seeking to achieve a better quality of life for residents in Alveston Parish. We would welcome more volunteers - if you would like to get involved or just want to know more about the aims of the Forum please contact Peter Waller (Chairman).

Tel: 01454 415717
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Alveston Parish Council


Alveston Parish Council represents approximately 3,000 residents in Alveston, Rudgeway, Earthcott Green and the surrounding countryside.
The Council has an overall responsibility for the well-being of the local community with their work falling into the three main areas of representation, delivering services and striving to improve quality of life in the parish. This work is achieved using the funds collected from all residents by the setting of a Precept which is collected through the Council Tax system.
Services provided and maintained by the Parish Council include the Cemetery, play areas and playing fields, footpaths, dog and litter bins and planning consultation.

Tel: 01454 413550
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Avon and Somerset Police


In emergencies, call 999. Use only if a crime or incident requiring an urgent response is in progress or is about to be committed.
For most calls, including the reporting of crimes and any incident requiring a prompt, but not urgent, response: phone 101.

Tel: 101
www.avonandsomerset.police.uk


Avon Fire and Rescue - Thornbury Fire Station


Thornbury is lucky enough to have its own Fire Station with two engines and twenty retained firefighters.
They provide cover for the town and surrounding villages 24 hours a day, seven days a week, as part of Avon Fire and Rescue Service.

mythornbury.co.uk/fire


Community Engagement Forums


You are encouraged to attend South Gloucestershire’s Community Engagement Forums (CEFs) to have your say about local issues and provide feedback on areas of interest.

www.southglos.gov.uk/CEF


Luke Hall MP


Member of Parliament for Thornbury and Yate.

www.lukehall.org.uk
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South Gloucestershire Conservatives


Tudor House, Hatters Lane, Chipping Sodbury BS37 6AA
www.southgloucestershireconservat...
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South Gloucestershire Councillors


The South Gloucestershire Council website features a list and gallery of your councillors.

council.southglos.gov.uk/mgMember...


South Gloucestershire Green Party


Tel: 07973 548 744
southwest.greenparty.org.uk
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South Gloucestershire Liberal Democrats


Home Close Stables, Station Road, Iron Acton BS37 9TA
www.southgloslibdems.org.uk
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South Gloucestershire Partnership


The Partnership is a non-statutory body made up of public, private, community and voluntary organisations, which aims to work together to promote the economic, social and environmental well-being of the people in South Gloucestershire. Its vision is "South Gloucestershire - a great place to live and work.

www.ourareaourfuture.org.uk


Thornbury Town Council


The Town Hall, 35 High Street, Thornbury BS35 2AR
Tel: 01454 412103
www.thornburytowncouncil.gov.uk
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Thornbury Welcomes


“Thornbury Welcomes” is a Community Interest Company that aims to make Thornbury an even more welcoming town than it is now (and has always been) to new residents.

We do this by meeting them at events, as well as through developers and estate agents, and by providing them with information about the town, its facilities and services.

We also want to welcome those with particular needs - especially those with hidden disabilities such as dementia – by working with the business community, facilitating training and providing support.

mythornbury.co.uk/thornbury/thorn...
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Tytherington Parish Council


Whether it be environmental issues, planning applications, the preservation and improvement of our open spaces, community facilities or recreational matters, we aim to fulfil the needs and represent the views of all members of our community, for their enjoyment as well as that of visitors and, of course, future generations.

Tel: 01454 416637
www.tytheringtonpc.org.uk
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