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Gazette
Thornbury in Bloom celebrates local winnerstheir work. Dozens of members from Thornbury in Bloom and the town’s horticult
Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
their work. Dozens of members from Thornbury in Bloom and the town’s horticultural best met on Sunday, October 8 at the Armstrong Hall to announce the winners of the town’s own competition. The town, which has won a gold medal at South West in... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Porcupine Lake chock full of local tieshas appeared in a number of musicals on stage, this is her first film. Her cou
Barrie Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
has appeared in a number of musicals on stage, this is her first film. Her counterpart, Kate, is played by Lucinda Armstrong Hall, a young actor from Melbourne, Australia. She has been acting in professional shows since she was nine years... Read more
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Gazette
GAZETTE COMMENT: The costs of cost-cutting in educationshould be looking at in depth before any decision is made. Concerns have alrea
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
should be looking at in depth before any decision is made. Concerns have already been raised over the town potentially losing the Armstrong Hall complex in Thornbury if it moves to Turnberrie’s and it is likely this will provoke a similar reac... Read more
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Gazette
Public meeting called by residents over fate of Thornbury's Armstrong Hall likely to take place in the New YearYear, say town councillors. Residents have called for the meeting, following c
Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
Year, say town councillors. Residents have called for the meeting, following concerns over plans to either relocate the Armstrong Hall and library to Turnberrie’s Community Centre or refurbish the hall,. Both sets of proposals likely to cost... Read more
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Gazette
Thornbury residents quiz planners over South Gloucestershire's next major housing plangiving residents an insight into housing and infrastructure plans over the comi
Gazette / Posted 15 days ago
giving residents an insight into housing and infrastructure plans over the coming years for the area. The event at the Armstrong Hall gave residents the chance to have their say on how the town could look in coming years under the next South... Read more
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Gazette
Residents call for public meeting over 'misguided' and 'detrimental' plans to move Thornbury's Armstrong Hall and librarymisguided” and “detrimental” with frustrated residents calling for a public mee
Gazette / Posted 17 days ago
misguided” and “detrimental” with frustrated residents calling for a public meeting. The proposals would see the Armstrong Hall Complex, as well as the town’s library, move to Turnberrie’s Community Centre. Alternative plans also put... Read more
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Gazette
GAZETTE COMMENT: Change and controversymost is that when a decision that can have a considerable impact on members of
Gazette / Posted 18 days ago
most is that when a decision that can have a considerable impact on members of the community, such as those who use the Armstrong Hall or Thornbury Library, that they have all the information available. So it is fair for residents who have... Read more
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Gazette
Residents call for public meeting over 'misguided' and 'detrimental' plans to move Thornbury's Armstrong Hall and librarymisguided” and “detrimental” with frustrated residents calling for a public mee
Gazette / Posted 20 days ago
misguided” and “detrimental” with frustrated residents calling for a public meeting. The proposals would see the Armstrong Hall Complex, as well as the town’s library and museum, all move to Turnberrie’s Community Centre. Alternative... Read more
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The Hollywood Reporter
Breaking Glass Pictures Nabs U.S. Rights to 'Porcupine Lake'CEO of Breaking Glass Pictures, said Friday in a statement. The Canadian indie
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted 1 months ago
CEO of Breaking Glass Pictures, said Friday in a statement. The Canadian indie stars Charlotte Salisbury and Lucinda Armstrong Hall in a drama about a 13-year-old girl, Bea, who wants a best friend. But when she meets rowdy Kate, Bea gets... Read more

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