Thornbury Chamber of Commerce

Caring About Business for 40 Years


Gromit Unleashed 2 Trail

We now know the location of all the sculptures on this years Trail.  The Thornbury Sculpture will be in St Mary Centre, but which one?  we will have to wait and see!

Gromit Unleashed 2 locations

Aardman, Gas Ferry Road

Aerospace Bristol

Arnos Vale

Ashton Court

Ashton Gate Stadium

Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park, Keynsham

Badminton Road, Downend

Blaise Castle

Boston Tea Party, Gloucester Road

Bristol Energy Hub, Harbourside

Bristol Marriott City Centre Hotel

Bristol Marriott Royal Hotel

Bristol Museum and Art Gallery

Cabot Circus

Cascade Steps

Chew Valley Lake

Cinema de Lux, Cabot Circus

Clifton Observatory

Clifton Suspension Bridge

College Green

The Cenotaph, Colston Avenue

Flaxpits Lane, Winterbourne

Gardiner Haskins

Grand Pier, Weston-super-Mare

Greenway Centre, Southmead

Gromit Unleashed 2 Shop, The Mall at Cribbs Causeway

Hargreaves Lansdown, Anchor Road

Hartcliffe Community Farm

High Street, Chipping Sodbury

House of Fraser, Cabot Circus

Kings Chase Shopping Centre, Kingswood

Mall Gardens, Clifton Village

M Shed

Millennium Square

Museum Square, M Shed

Narrow Quay

North Street

Bristol Children's Hospital

Park Street

Puxton Park, Hewish

Quakers Friars

Queen Square

Royal Fort Gardens

Royal West of England Academy

Sion Hill

ss Great Britain

St Mark's Road, Easton

St Mary Centre, Thornbury

St Mary Redcliffe

Stanfords, Corn Street

Temple Meads Station

Temple Quay

The Downs

The Galleries

The Horsefair

The Mall at Cribbs Causeway

The Podium, Broadmead

The Victoria Rooms

UWE Bristol, Bower Ashton

Wapping Wharf

Willow Brook Centre, Bradley Stoke

Wills Memorial Building

Woodlands Lane, Bradley Stoke

Thornbunny Trail

The Thornbunny Trail seems to have been enjoyed by many. 

The draw was done by Mike Horton (vice chair of Thornbury Chamber of Commerce) at Gems of Thornbury


 We have had good feedback from the local businesses and the public that they enjoyed the bunny hunt.  The Chamber of Commerce would like to thank everyone who took part and hope the public found the event opened their eyes to what was available in their local environment.  Below is a comment from one of the entry forms

“Some Rabbits hard to find, names very appropriate for shops – met lots of friends and found places in Thornbury I didn’t know existed and found items in shops I didn’t know they stocked … enjoyable Trail.  Thank you”.

 Prize Draw Results:

Lily Gainer of Dursley – wins £25.00 Thornbury Voucher and a Thornbury Note Book.

Matthew Davies of Rangeworthy – wins  a Luxury Belgian Chocolate Easter Egg from Papilio at Heritage

Oliver Hall of Thornbury – wins a Lindt Bunny

Harry Sayce of Thornbury – wins a Cadburys Goodie Bag

Claire Stephens of Thornbury – wins a Lindt Bunny

Anya Beaugie of Thornbury – wins a Cadburys Goodie Bag

Thornbury Christmas Window Competition Winners

Thank you to all the businesses who decorated their windows for our Christmas Window Competition.  The public have voted and the winners are:


Cadman Wealth Planning






Savery and Son.


A picture of the winning window :

Food Fairs

Thornbury's highly successful Food Fairs brought together the best of local producers with members of the popular Thursday Farmers Markets, providing a wide range of fresh produce to suit all tastes, and a chance to socialise with friends and neighbours.

The Christmas Food & gift Fair is back due to popular demand and will be on December 9th from 10.00am.

Thornbury Vouchers

Thornbury Vouchers can be bought in denominations of £5 or £10.  They can be spent in any of the Chamber businesses in the local area.  This includes shops, cafes, bars, hotels.  You can buy vouchers from Bonds estate Agents Hawkes House, or Gems The Jewellers at present but they will soon also be on sale in other businesses (see here for details)


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