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We're inching towards a new normal for Thornbury, with shops and businesses cautiously re-opening mid-June, and a sprinkling of real-world events in the calendar.
This month, book a time slot for Jekka's Herbetum Open Days and take home a plant that was grown for the Chelsea Flower Show, stock up from local suppliers at Thornbury Farmers Market and do something amazing: give blood.
The first week of June is "Volunteer Week" - an opportunity to salute those who make our community stronger. Click here to read about Thornbury Volunteer Centre being inundated with offers of help since the Covid-19 crisis began.
Thornbury Rotary have launched an urgent appeal to help small community groups, voluntary organisations, and charities in the Thornbury area who are finding it difficult during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out how you can donate to the fund or apply for a grant.
Meanwhile, can you help your community radio stay on air? Tune in to Thornbury Radio Gloss FM to find out more...
You can still keep fit from the comfort of your own living room with Sam Hutchinson's classes for all ages and abilities, Elite Fitness Gym's daily workouts and The Thornbury Clinic's online adult ballet.
Finally, add sizzle to your backyard BBQ with our new competition to win a string of succulent sausages from award-winning butcher Perry and Son.
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