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Salvation Army Christmas

It's a Tarvin Tradition — the Chester Salvation Army Band and Songsters come to Tarvin Methodist Church on the second Thursday in December for a Carol Service. The evening is much looked-forward to and, for many, it really does mark the beginning of the Christmas season. Carols led by a brass band, soloists of real quality and the talented youngsters wielding their tambourines for all their worth — what an evening! Finish it up with tea, mince pies and lots of good fellowship. What could be better?

Carol Service led by the Chester Salvation Army

at Tarvin Methodist Church

on Thursday 8th December 2016 at 7.30pm.

Free admission, tea and mince pies.

Retiring collection for the work of the Chester Salvation Army at Christmastime.

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