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By Tarvin Christmas Market Team - 11th November 2016 6:00am
Tarvin Christmas Festival and Market 2016 - Coffee Morning and Cake Sale
To get this weekend off to a good start why not come along to the Tarvin Methodist Church anytime between 10.00 am and 12.00 noon this Saturday for that morning cup of coffee, buy a cake for the weekend and maybe win a prize in the raffle.
As you have probably appreciated there is a coffee morning and cake sale in support of this year's Christmas Festival and Market at the Tarvin Methodist Church on Saturday, 12 November. Weather permitting we will have the stall selling cakes outside the front of the Church giving the opportunity to buy that weekend treat but if not it will found inside the Church.
This is our last event to help fund this year's Christmas Festival and Market. As I mentioned in our last update, it is both amazing and frightening as to how much it costs to put on an event of this nature, so we would very much welcome your support.
Just in case you need a reminder the Christmas Festival and Market is being held on Saturday, 3 December, in the High Street from 5.00 pm to 9.00 pm so remember to put it in your diary and don't forget to bring family and friends along.
Do keep following Tarvinonline for more regular updates on the Christmas Market and we will look forward to seeing you this Saturday morning.
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