Tarvin Community Centre
Tarvin Methodist Church
By Sandra Hill - 12th October 2015 6:00am
As their gardening project, 1st Tarvin Beavers spent one of their summer sessions digging and weeding the Millennium garden in Tarvin- by the surgery — as well as picking up litter in the area. This is part of an ongoing project to look after the Garden. In the wider sense they are learning to look after, and respect, their community. This time, the Beavers decided to sow some wildflower seeds. The results of their labours are there for all to enjoy!
Ed: Not only a wonderful display of flowers to delight the eye but also an excellent example of community spirit from some of our younger residents. Tarvinonline is proud to showcase their achievement to the wider community.
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