Sunday Times Spotlight on Tarvin

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The Sunday Times includes a regular article called " Why We Moved To"

Last Sunday, 8th February, in the Home section the Sunday Times ran an article Why We Moved to Tarvin featuring new resident, Sara Hewitt and daughter Sophia!

Having left a rented property in Surrey to be nearer her family, Sara is currently renting a property in Tarvin and looking for a job.

This article is a great advert for Tarvin as under the heading 'What do you Love?' She mentions that "people are so friendly, I love the peace here.... as well as the sound of bell ringing practice at the Church."

Under 'What do you get up to' activities include Delamere Forest, Chester Zoo and "our village has a woodland walk."

Ed:" This is great publicity for Tarvin and we are so pleased that Sara and her family have been welcomed into the community."

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