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With pubs, restaurants and hairdressers opening their doors again this July, we can start socialising in Thornbury again!
When you head into town, remember that Thornbury High Street is now closed to traffic - read the Council's reasons for the move and the concerns of shops and businesses on the Chamber's feature page.
Sadly it will be a while before we can attend events at the Armstrong Hall - learn about why the decision has been taken here.
Despite significant challenges, Thornbury in Bloom are doing what they can to brighten up our town, and you're invited to show off your lockdown gardening achievements in this year's garden competition - click here to read more.
Finally, Papilio at Heritage are true believers in the power of sending and receiving greetings cards to lift someone's mood - and you could share that power... Enter July's competition for the chance to win a bundle of 30 greetings cards. You could also brighten your day with a bouquet of flowers thanks to Red Door Coaching and Training.
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