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Grimsbury Farm is holding a 'For Queen And Countryside' event on June 11th, and are asking for your help.
There will be book and CD stall at the event, so if you have any unwanted books, CDs or DVDs, please take them to the Barn café at Grimsbury Farm during opening hours so they can sell them to raise funds for the farm. Please note they do not need any VHS videos as no one wants these any more.
Mark Crutchley, Director of the Circadian Trust, a social enterprise that delivers sport and leisure facilities in partnership with South Gloucestershire Council, has been shortlisted for the Institute of Directors (IoD) South West regional Director of the Year Awards.
Mark has been at the helm of the Circadian Trust since it was established just over ten years ago. Today it operates seven Active Leisure Centres in Thornbury, Bradley Stoke, Yate, Longwell Green, Kingswood, Patchway and Downend.
This year marks the 10th anniversary of The Friends of Grimsbury Farm who have helped to transform the farm since 2006. We are now looking for new volunteers to help with projects, the cafe and events. For more details call 0771 201 0321 or email below.
To showcase your group or organisation, attract new members or promote a special activity, register for Discover 2016.
The Discover Festival is an exciting and diverse programme of events, organised by South Gloucestershire Council, local residents, community groups and businesses to show why South Gloucestershire is a great place to live and work. Events from the arts, heritage, nature, local food, crafts, learning, wellbeing and sports are welcome. For more information click the link below.
Longwell Green Leisure Centre will undergo a £1.5 million redevelopment to include a new fitness studio with extra stations, new changing rooms, a new entrance and more poolside showers.
The redevelopment means the centre will offer improved facilities to its customers and meet increased demand in the local community, which is set to grow due to planned new housing in the area.
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