A friendly, welcoming, traditional pub that serves CAMRA award winning cask ales and delicious home cooked food. Our restaurant is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch and evening meals and serves a popular roast on Sundays. Dine alfresco in our established pub garden or our new outdoor dining area, a sheltered and enclosed sun-trap converted from our boules piste.
The Snug Bar hosts regular events such as craft workshops, and features by local artists. It's perfect for meetings and private dining, or just peace and quiet. We now offer a selection of coffee and specialist teas. This area is also dog friendly.
Gloucester Road, Lower Morton, Thornbury BS35 1JY
Tel: 01454 281375
The Armstrong Arts Group (AAG) was created in 2019 and is committed to raising funds for the redevelopment of the Armstrong Hall in Thornbury. It continues the fund-raising effort started in 2011 by Joan Hawkins, Daphne Ashton and Barbara Ray.
Its aims are to promote and maintain entertainment opportunities in Thornbury for all ages and interests and to contribute to the provision of an exciting new venue for the benefit of Thornbury and the surrounding area in which individuals will be able to enjoy and appreciate various cultural and entertainment events.
The programme organised by the AAG includes musical performances, drama productions and talks all held in an inclusive and welcoming atmosphere while raising funds for the development of the Hall.
Tel: 01454 850933
Above Finishing Touches, 23 St Mary Street, St Mary Centre, Thornbury BS35 2AB
Tel: 0796 4182 445
Workshops held at The Chantry, 52 Castle Street, Thornbury BS35 1HB
Part of Thornbury Arts Festival
The Severn Vale Art Trail represents the visual side of Thornbury Arts Festival and takes place just after the Arts Festival. The trail is an annual event running over the early May Bank Holiday for a period of up to 10 days.
The trail presents a wealth of talent by local artists and makers including paintings in oils, watercolour and pastel, ceramics and sculpture, prints and drawings, photography, jewellery, textiles, stained glass, and woodturning.
Each year hundreds of visitors spend days out in South Gloucestershire and Gloucestershire visiting the various Art Trail venues.
Our meetings are held at the Cossham Hall on the 4th Wednesday of each month except July, August and December and start at 7.30pm. We try to cater for all levels of quilters from beginners to the more experienced.
At present our membership list is full but visitors are welcome to attend our meetings, for which there is a fee of £3.50. Further details by email.
Classes in Berkeley, Thornbury and Yate
Tel: 01454 868485
Shiralee Cottage, Wotton Road, Rangeworthy BS37 7LS
Tel: 07838 275713
Thornbury's Art Club started as a painting class around 40 years ago and is now a thriving and fully independent club, meeting four times a week in the Armstrong Hall Complex.
Membership is open to anyone aged 16 and over, non-artists, beginners, amateurs and professional artists alike, and includes talks, slide shows and demonstrations as well as social functions and painting sessions.
Thornbury Arts Festival is one of the longest running multi-arts festivals in the country.
Entirely run by volunteers, the Festival is an established part of the Thornbury calendar and the organising committee is also responsible for the annual Thornbury Eisteddfod, and the Severn Vale Art Trail, which showcases the work of local artists.
The club welcomes photographers of all abilities. We meet at 7.30 for 7.45pm every Monday in the Games Room at Turnberrie's Community Centre, September to April, and have a reduced programme during the summer. The meetings are a mix of guest speakers, competitions and practical evenings. We run beginners courses, and students regularly join us for club meetings. If you would like more details, contact us, or come along to one of our meetings.