Thorner Community Fund – Leeds Festival Residents Tickets : Latest News >>>> We have sold out of reduced price (£40) resident tickets. If you applied by post, we will be in touch shortly We do have a waiting list and will offer returned tickets as they become available Ticket Collection Date Tuesday 23 August 2016(…)
Thorner Community Fund Allocation of Thorner Community Fund Grant 2015 (scroll down for February 2016 updates in red) All village groups, clubs and societies were invited to apply for an allocation from the 2015 fund. Fourteen bids were received. The grant meeting was held on 9 November 2015. It was attended by the following Thorner(…)
Leeds Festival 2016 Thorner Community Fund Ticket Registration 6 March, Thorner Victory Hall. We are keen ensure the ticket allocation system is as fair as possible. Some positive changes were made last year and we will be making further improvements for 2016. We will not be issuing a separate mailshot announcing this event. Please note: (…)
Caroline is our new 1st Thorner Brownies Brown Owl, leading our thriving pack of 24 girls aged 7 – 10, six owl leaders and two young leaders. We meet every Wednesday during term-time 6.00 – 7.30pm at the Thorner School Hall. Caroline can be contacted on 07795 961632.
Scarcroft has always been within the ecclesiastical parish of Thorner, but has not previously had its own history recorded. Scarcroft Then and Now; a History of the Village fills this gap. The book will be available from Tuesday 2nd December at the shop and post office in Thorner, as well as from the New Inn,(…)
Music Inspirations offers musical learning classes to babies and toddlers from zero to age 3 or 4 years old, as well as after school clubs and weekend classes for children aged between 3 and 7. Learning music is great for the development of many skills, including literacy, maths, social and emotional understanding and many more,(…)
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
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,(…)