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Hope you enjoy our lighthearted look at the past!
Every month tarvinonline.org will bring you news of what happened and when in History.

We will search out those little bits of news that sometimes pass us by, but at the same time be informative, and hopefully, not too serious.

Our two articles so far called On This Day have concentrated on what happened on the 1st of January
and the 15th of January (see below). Our intention is to have 2 articles each month on the 1st and around the 15th, with a slight change of style which we hope you will enjoy.

The next On This Day will go live on the 1st February, let us know what you think of these articles and how they can be improved.

On This Day articles for January are available to see here:

1st January
15th January

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Crime Prevention Mt15P5
Fri 18 May 6:00am  |  hits: 807

On the evening/night of 16th May, an unattended motor vehicle was broken into in Kelsall and property was stolen.Please do not leave valuable property in vehicles overnight, and, if you have any information with regard to this crime, or, any other crime, please do not hesitate to contact the police on...

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Following on from Aprils Parish Council meeting together with Sophie Marks I have endeavoured to find a way (with the Parish councils help) to get this Section 106 money spent on what it was intended (Skate park)Despite our best efforts it is clear that the biggest obstacle is suitable land on which to site such a facilityWe have explored many possibilities, and continue to do...

Rubbish 1 (1)
Sun 13 May 6:00am  |  hits: 359

The article we published yesterday, 12th May, on the uncollected rubbish on at the top of the playing field, resulted in comments on our Facebook page that we believe our website readers should be aware of. The comments were as follows:-Emma Blain Such a shame because the event was extremely well run and enjoyed by a lot of our community. I saw plenty of people with black bin bags on the day...