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Each month, over 600 people living in and around Thornbury receive our email newsletter, letting them know what's new on MyThornbury - new competitions, new events, and new things to see and do.

The latest newsletter is below, but if you'd like to get your own copy e-mailed to you, sign up here!



Hi Everyone!

We've all appreciated the beautiful countryside around us this summer, so enter August's competition for the chance to share it with family and friends by winning a set of country-themed greetings cards created from local photos by "Funky Farmer" Rich Cornock.

It's time to "eat out to help out" - find pubs and restaurants taking part in the Chancellor's scheme in our Food and Drink section, with The Swan, The Anchor and Hawkes House leading the way.

You can also save on gym membership this month - check out Elite Fitness and Leisure's £10 deal on our offers page.

This August, shop outdoors at Thornbury Farmers' Markets, snap up a bargain at the Friday Frenzy event and stock up on Fairtrade goods.

Ready for a change of scenery? Head off on a day trip with Green Community Travel, meet Henry VIII and his Queens and see the Falconer fly his birds at Berkeley Castle or celebrate Beer, Cider and Sausages at The Swan at Tytherington.

Online events continue - explore the world's most famous trade route from the comfort of your sofa with C The World's Silk Road Presentation, share Green Drinks Online with Sustainable Thornbury and sign up your youngsters for Thornbury Library's Summer Reading Challenge, with online activities and a free Silly Squad activity bag.

Looking ahead to Thornbury's future... Let South Gloucestershire Council know what you think about the pedestrianisation of Thornbury High Street, find out why all is not lost for the Armstrong Hall Complex, and read about Octopus Drama Group's plans to celebrate 50 years of keeping us entertained.

Finally, Thornbury Volunteer Centre feel that there should be a permanent record of what volunteer action has done to help our community throughout this crisis. See our news section to contribute your experience.

See the calendar for more real and virtual events to make your August awesome, and let us know what you'd like to advertise.

Best wishes,

Claire

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