Thornbury is a small attractive and
historic Market town in South Gloucestershire,nestling between the
River Severn and the Cotswold escarpment. It is located between
Junctions 14 and 16 of the M5. Thornbury is signposted at these
junctions, and is accessed from the A38.
The Chantry is situated at the lower
end of Castle Street, and is the home to many of Thornbury's Clubs and
Built in the time of Henry
Vlll, was once a Royal Castle and now a Hotel of World wide repute.
The Town Hall
Once a Police Station and
Magistrate's Court, it is now the home of Thornbury Town Council. A
Tourist Information Service is also available on most week days.