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Holiday Club preparations well in hand!

The last parts of the preparation are being completed, ready for the Tarvin Summer Holiday Club. Youngsters of between four and eleven will be adventuring at Tarvin Methodist Church from 9.30am to 12.30pm aboard the "Starship Discovery". The journey runs between Tuesday 31st July and Thursday 1st August, with final touchdown in time for breakfast (including JD's famous bacon buns!) at 9.00am on Sunday 4th August.
The voyage is being led by a crew from both Tarvin Churches and a really busy voyage is planned.
There are just a few berths remaining so, if you'd like to be a part of the excitement, phone 01829 741172 immediately.
And if you're older than eleven but have younger friends or relatives, do let them know NOW! They'll be so grateful to you!

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