Turnberrie’s is a Community Centre in the heart of the market town of Thornbury, South Gloucestershire.
Turnberrie’s is owned by South Gloucestershire Council and managed and maintained under lease by the Thornbury Community Building Trust (TCBT).
The Trust was formed as a charity (No. 1118127) in 2006 in anticipation of the new building which opened in 2007. TCBT is made up of Trustees whose aim is to ensure that the building serves the needs of the Thornbury community and reinvests funds back into the centre.
Turnberries is the home of both a Youth Centre, run by Krunch, and South Glos. Day Services (Resource and Activity Centre).
Turnberrie’s is the name which Thornbury had in 1086, at the time of William the Conqueror, and as recorded in the Domesday or Doomsday Book.
So Turnberrie’s means belonging to Thornbury.
The Community Garden
Thornbury Community garden is a lovely space to spend time in. It can be used as a place to relax or to meet friends. Children’s groups are welcome to come and look around. It is run by a group of dedicated volunteers. Find out more on their website.