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The organisers of this year's Tarvin Christmas Fair held a fund raising morning at Tarvin Methodist Church on Saturday 14th September 2013.

The sale of tea, coffee and home-made cakes, helped to raise a significant sum to help cover some of the costs for running the Tarvin Christmas Fair.

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Inside the church many took advantage to get a nice cup of tea or coffee (and biscuits) and have a chat before leaving to finish their Saturday shopping, whilst outside in the last sunshine (possibly) of this summer, Jo and Lillia Young were busy selling may of the cakes baked by the organisers and other Tarvin Residents

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