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Each month, around 500 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!

Now summer's here, we have two fabulous competitions to tempt you outdoors - enter now for the chance to win a family ticket to Thornbury Carnival, a much-loved community event, and Sunday Lunch for 4 at The Swan, al fresco if the weather allows!

Find more opportunities to celebrate on our offers page, including new discounted children's parties.

Take time this June to smell the roses at Acton Court, meet the oak tree at Tortworth Court, and visit a working farm on Open Farm Sunday.

Remember Dad on Father's Day - see our feature for ideas to make him feel appreciated.

Barbecue season is here - work off the calories eaten while supporting charity at Eastwood Park's Zumba event or relax on the lawn at Thornbury Castle's outdoor performance of The Comedy of Errors.

Indulge in Afternoon Tea - take yours with Prosecco at The Swan, as part of the Mad Hatter's Club at Turnberrie's or over a natter with the gardener at Thornbury Castle.

For musical treats, head to the Rockhampton Folk Festival, Thornbury Orchestra's sea-themed Summer Concert and Thornbury Area Youth Music's Open Morning.

Also this month: take to the dancefloor at Castle School Friends' spectacular Summer Ball, get the VIP travel bug at C the World's Titan Travel event and see key figures in the history of Berkeley Castle brought to life as wire sculptures, plus the Bristol Old Vic Theatre company brings us The Canterbury Tales.

Finally, could Thornbury become a communication-friendly town? Read more from Thornbury Welcomes.

See the events diary for more joyous events this June, and let us know what you'd like to advertise!

Best wishes,

Claire

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