A Cheshire Village Christmas

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Nativity

In Tarvin Parish we have been blessed with a wonderful array of festive treats on the run up to Christmas Day. As a gift from the webteam we've tried to capture the sprit of Christmas within the village in a soundscape (or audio picture).

a Christmas video

In the soundscape you'll hear the following:

Walking over the local fields
The river Gowy at the "Roman Bridges'
Felling a Christmas Tree at Broomheath Plantation
St Andrews church bells
The Children of Tarvin Primary School singing Away in a Manger
Ambient Sound from Tarvin Christmas Market,and

A special message from Father Christmas.

The Tarvin Online team wishes all resident of Tarvin Parish and avid readers from outside the village a very merry Christmas and a happy 2015.

Tarvin Webteam.

(Ed. we are still experimenting with the video which can take a few seconds to launch so please bear with us- next time no adverts we promise!)

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