Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Sue Hardacre - 23rd July 2014 6:00am
The Community Centre is delighted to announce that the winner of the £40.00 meal voucher for The George and Dragon is Sue Barfoot. Sue was one of 479 people who filled in the recent Community Centre questionnaire and her name was drawn randomly from those who also added a telephone number or email address
Sue and her husband Malcolm have lived in Tarvin for over 30 years and have other close family members also living in the village. With both of them working full time until recently, their use of the Centre has been limited, but they are looking forward to coming along more regularly now they have more time available
Many thanks to Lyn and Rob of The George and Dragon who supplied the meal voucher. This is the second time the pub has supported a village questionnaire, as a similar offer was made, though under different management, when the Parish Plan questionnaire was sent out. Such support for village activities, both from individuals and businesses, is much appreciated by village organisations.
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