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Happy New Year!
As we look forward to better times, read about Thornbury Arts Festival's plans for ad-hoc events in 2021 and a festival for 2022, choose any day you like in January to get wet and muddy on Thornbury Running Club's inaugural Virtual Rollick, and find out how Thornbury Volunteer Centre can help you give back to your community.
How do you feel about Thornbury High Street being permanently pedestrianised? You have until the end of January to take part in the South Gloucestershire Council consultation; find the link down the right hand side of every page on MyThornbury, or click here.
Pick up new skills with South Gloucestershire Community Learning online courses - January sees the start of topics such as cooking on a budget and supporting your family's wellbeing. You can also increase the health and vitality of your mind and body with a free Gentle Introduction to Tai Chi.
Finally, shake off the winter and put 2020 behind you with the National Garden Scheme 2021 Snowdrop Festival.
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