Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Gaynor Heath - 26th May 2017 6:00am
The draw for the group stages of the competition will take place in The George and Dragon on Thursday evening at 7.30pm, and will also be streamed live on our Facebook page.
Aside from the football we will have refreshments -- bacon sandwiches from 8.30, tea, coffee and cake to eat or takeaway. We are privileged once again to be being looked after by, Tarvin resident, Paul Robinson of Cestrian Bars. We're also expecting Ed's Chippy Van, Mr Tee's King of Desserts ice cream man, and Ben's Bouncers bouncy castle.
After the football is over, a small change of venue to Tarvin Community Centre where we will be entertained by local band "The Shambolics" and upcoming singer "James Edgar". Local hog roast company "The Hot Hog" will be providing delicious food and all of this is included in the ticket price of just £10 (available by calling Gaynor on 07761799274).
The proceeds from both events will be used to further the work of The George Heath Foundation in support of local individuals and organisations. Please see our website for details www.thegeorgeheathfoundation.org.uk
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