Someone has come forward and apologised and the matter has now been dealt with. Thanks
It’s very upsetting when monuments in the churchyard for village people who have died are damaged. Sadly this is what has happened this evening, 26th July in St Peter’s churchyard around 6 to 6.30 pm.
A youth seemingly took pot shots at some of the monuments on the south side of the public footpath by throwing granite rocks at them. The top of one monument, an urn dedicated to Arthur Hurd, has been broken into several pieces, and another dedicated to Thomas and Lucy Ellen Smith is slightly damaged.
If any one has any information or CCTV footage please contact email@example.com or Leicestershire police, incident number 51826721
Beech Dr, Thornton
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Thornton Open Gardens 2021 – Video is here!
Take time to enjoy this 16 minute video of the beautiful gardens in our village of Thornton.
If you enjoy viewing, please consider making a JUST GIVING donation to The Friends of St Peter’s Church at https://www.justgiving.com/crowdfunding/thornton-open-gardens-2021. (the link also appears in the info below the video for your convenience)
Many thanks to all who have taken part and invited us to share your garden!