Thornbury Christmas Lights Association regrets to announce that there will be no Christmas Lights Switch-On this year due to the on-going Covid-19 pandemic. Click below to read more.
Horizon Nuclear Power will be ceasing its activities to develop projects at Wylfa Newydd on Anglesey and at Oldbury on Severn in South Gloucestershire.
Horizon will now take steps for the orderly closing down of all its current development activities, but will keep the lines of communication open with Government and other key stakeholders regarding future options at both our sites.
Is your community, voluntary or social enterprise group in need of financial support for a project, service, event or activity that benefits residents?
South Gloucestershire Counci's Area Wide Grant (AWG) is currently available and the deadline for submitting applications is midnight on Friday 23 October. Click below to find out more...
See a video from South Gloucestershire Council about September's Thornbury Street Fair and Fun Day:
Thornbury Town FC are hoping to raise £5,000 to counter the financial impact of the ongoing Covid situation. If, but only if, they can raise 5k or more, Sport England will fund-match, so they will double whatever they raise.
The volunteer-run club operates 18 different teams, and has lost both matchday revenue and income from fundraising events that.
This lost income would have helped cover running costs and improve and upgrade facilities to provide football at the highest possible level for all of our community.
If you feel that you are able to help the club please click below.
The Over 60s Tea Room will be reopening for three mornings a week (10am – 1pm) Monday, Wednesday and Friday, starting from Wednesday 2 September. The Tea Room is located in the Town Hall. We will be following Covid-19 guidelines and therefore we will have to limit the number of customers. We look forward to welcoming you back.
Thornbury traders and South Gloucestershire Council have joined forces on a new campaign to encourage us to stay safe, shop local and support high streets to rebuild from the coronavirus pandemic.
You can now take part in a public consultation on changes to Thornbury High Street.
The six-month consultation gives residents, businesses and groups the opportunity to have their say on the trial pedestrianisation of the High Street introduced on 6 June.
The pedestrianisation of Thornbury High Street will continue throughout the six months.
The Council want to what you would like Thornbury High Street to be like in the future. Click below to take part.