Tarvin Community Centre
Street Farm, Kelsall Road, Tarvin, CH3 8NR
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Tarvin Community Centre
By Tarvin Webteam - 1st November 2014 6:00am
The Community Centre is delighted with its move to offer tickets for its Cheshire Rural Touring Arts productions on-line. To date over 30 tickets for the December production of The Snow Queen have been bought, with a smaller number for Whatever the Weather on November 8th.
The tickets are available from a secure and well established company called Ticket Source. A small fee is payable and, though the Community Centre does get notification of the names of the buyers, it has no access at all to confidential financial details.
Sue Hardacre, who looks after the marketing for CRTA events said 'This was an experiment for Cheshire Rural Touring Arts and about 5 of the promoters agreed to have a go. Two tickets for The Snow Queen were the first ever sold on the system!
We recognise that more and more people use the internet to access services and the beauty of the system means that a decision can be taken and acted on quickly. To many people who have busy lives this is a great advantage'.
The Community Centre would like to stress that tickets will always be on sale in the village and would like to thank the Post Office for all their support in acting as their High Street booking office. For many of the productions tickets will also be available on the door.
Events coming up are:
Whatever the Weather — Sat Nov 8th at 2.00pm
Bandersnatch Folk Group — Sat Nov 15th at 7.30pm
The Snow Queen — Sat Dec 6th at 2.00pm
For more information on the events at the Community Centre go to www.tarvincommunitycentre.org or join our lively Facebook page on www.facebook.com/tarvincc
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