Tarvin Community Centre
Street Farm, Kelsall Road, Tarvin, CH3 8NR
Edna Rose Room Community Centre
Tarvin Community Centre
By Jenny Burkhill-Howarth - 9th November 2016 6:00am
At our November meeting Liz Biddle, Engagement Officer from the Cheshire Constabulary, came to speak to us about keeping safe and policing in our community. I know we all feel vulnerable at times and by quoting local crime statistics and policing methods, Liz was able to help us allay some of these fears. A very enjoyable and informative evening. Our next meeting will be our Christmas Party on Wednesday 7th December starting at 7.00 p.m.
If you would like to give us a try do come along on the first Wednesday of the month at 7.30 p.m. in the Parish Room next to St Andrew's Church. All are welcome to our meetings, and for £2.00 which includes Tea/Coffee and biscuits it makes a really varied, interesting and friendly evening.
2 Nov Keeping Safe in your Community
7 Dec Christmas Party
4 Jan No meeting
1 Feb Parkgate — Port & Resort
1 March Hip Hip Hooray
5 April The History of Quilting
3 May The first 25yrs of Tarvin MU
7 June Barbara King — Curate
5 July Summer Outing
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