Tarvin Community Centre
Hargrave Church Field
Coach Pickup - Opposite Park Close
Tarvin Community Centre
By Sue Hardacre - 10th June 2014 6:00am
Here are new events that have been added to the Community Centre calendar, note whilst dates are correct, times need to be confirmed. Contact the Community Centre for more information here
- The first GoOnLine session is on Thursday 26th June and is run by Rural Community Services West Cheshire www.rcswc.org.uk
Computer skills to help all to get the best out of the new technology. Aimed at those who have little knowledge of or who would like to get more out of their existing computer equipment. From 10.00am to 12.00
- FreeFriday June 13th- M P 's Surgery 4.30pm to 6.00pm.
Mr Stephen O'Brien MP for Eddisbury. By appointment only call 020 7219 9615 or 020 7219 5173 for appointment. Surgery for individual problems only and not policy issues. Most appointment slots full
- August 16th- Garden Society Flower Show — Times to be confirmed
- September 6th- Ash-Worth Time Bank Craft Fair — - Times to be confirmed
- October 21/23.24/25th- Ashton Hayes Theatre Club Autumn Production. Subject and Times to be confirmed
- November 22nd- Beavers and Cubs Barn Dance — Times to be confirmed
- December 6th — The Snow Queen- family theatre sponsored by Cheshire Rural Touring Arts. Suitable for 3+ times to be arranged and confirmed
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