Come and see the beautiful old village church adorned with Christmas trees. This year the theme is ‘Christmas Stories’
A huge thank you to everyone who supported the Christmas Craft Fayre last weekend.
After expenses were claimed, (lots weren’t) we raised an amazing £1590
Every penny of which goes towards the maintenance and repair of our beautiful church.
Surprise and very rare visitor to Thornton in September
Check out the recent update to the Nature Notes page for more information.
Father Christmas is visiting Thornton today!!
Arriving at the Reservoir Inn around 10am, touring the village on Colin’s steam engine visiting Highfields, Main Street, top and bottom, before arriving at the Community Centre for a day in his Grotto seeing little people.
Craft fayre opens at 10am. Lots to do and see including making Christmas decorations. See you there!
The annual Christmas Craft Fayre is this Saturday from 10 to 2.30pm at Thornton Community Centre LE67 1AH
Father Christmas will be in attendance from about 10.30 in his grotto with a sack of small gifts. (cost to visit him is £1).
Excitingly, he will arrive by Steam Traction engine! He will board the engine at the Reservoir Inn around 10 am and make his way through the village via Highfields and Main Street all the way to the Stanton end of the village before coming back and arriving at the Community Centre at 10.30am.
What’s on offer? Lots of craft stalls, a children’s activity table making Christmas decorations, cake stall, raffle and tombola stalls, food and drinks from our cafe and of course Martin’s quiz.
There is a small entrance charge of 50p per adult. Hand sanitiser will be available. Masks welcome.
If you are able to come we really would appreciate your support please.
Please spread the word far and wide about this lovely, happy village event.
Thornton Reservoir car park closure
County Councillor Peter Bedford has been contacted by Severn Trent to confirm that the car park will be closed from 11th November 2021 for 6 weeks to facilitate repair works to the car park.
Further information will be posted by Severn Trent over the coming days and Mr Bedford will be able to update residents as soon as these are published.