PENDA GREENWAY In 2008 a report was prepared by Sustrans for Thorner Parish Council to show how the disused railway line might be opened up as a multi purpose route (walking, cycling and horse riding). Since then, regrettably little progress has been made. A meeting has been arranged at Scholes Manor House, Belle Vue Road, Leeds,(…)
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Thorner Community Fund Leeds Festival 2015 – Resident Tickets Registration 8 March 2015 Thorner Victory Hall Resident tickets for the 2015 Leeds Festival will be on sale at the Thorner Victory Hall between 10.30 and 13.30 on Sunday 8 March 2015. Many of you had asked us to start selling tickets earlier in the day,(…)
Thorner and District Historical Society is pleased to announce that its Website is now live and the address is: www.thornerhistory.org.uk View some of the many images of old Thorner on the Archive Image Gallery and keep up to date with the latest news and events from the Society
CHURCH VIEW SURGERY Collingham & Thorner Patient Participation Group A Patient Participation Group (PPG) is now active to cover the Practice and a committee of volunteer patients has been formed. Although the PPG is supported by the Practice’s Medical and Administrative staff, it should be emphasised that the Group is an independent body made up solely(…)
I am starting running the above community classes for children at the Victory Hall on the 15th May 2014 from 1pm-1.45pm. The age range is walking to 4 years old. The class is a high impact, high energy fun session that promotes learning, co-ordination and dance with lots of laughter along the way. The first session(…)
www.rightdriver.co.uk is preferred and used by a large number of driving instructors, youth organisations, (such as scouts and army cadets), community organisations and more to help people get their driver’s licence due to its free official Highway Code revision questions.
It is 7 years since the Thorner Forum was started, and since then there have been 1,861 discussion posts centred around 318 different topics, all created by local Thorner villagers. 249 people have signed up to ‘have their say’ on the Forum. If you would like to join in, the link to the Forum is(…)
This new book by Thorner author David Miller tells the story of Thorner in World War One and how the Victory Hall came to be built as a memorial to the 38 local men who were killed. The 64 page book costs £10.00 – for a copy ring 0113 289 2758.