Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Tarvin Webteam - 18th April 2014 6:00am
The George and Dragon is holding anbetween the 18th — 21st April 2014. Tickets from the George & Dragon. All proceeds in aid of MacMillan Cancer Support
Easter Friday Evening for Adults :-
Music Night with The Continentals
Easter Saturday Daytime in the Car Park for all the Family:-
Bouncy Castle, Tombola, Stalls, Ice Cream Cart, Fairground Games, Magician, Face Painting & BBQ. At 4pm there will be Pet Show — entry fee £5.0
Easter Saturday Evening for Adults.
Casino Night from 7pm. £20 per person including casino chips, free buffet & prizes.
Easter Sunday Daytime for all the Family.
At 3pm Balloon Race, Family Quiz & Kids Competition. £5.0 per competition pack.
At 5pm Car Treasure Hunt. Entry fee £5.0
For the adults Live music this Friday is by the Continentals. The groups planned for the next 5 weeks are listed below.
(Ed. The George & Dragon is shown in its original colours before it was painted black and white over the last couple of weeks. Tarvinonline will get it's photo gallery updated!)
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