Tarvin Community Woodland Coffee Morning

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Last Saturday (21st October) saw the latest Coffee Morning for Tarvin Community Woodland Trust.

Held in the Methodist Church it was once again an opportunity to catch up with the trustees and find out more about what is happening in the Woodland over a cuppa and a delicious slice of homemade cake.

Circulating on the projection screen were photos and videos taken in the Woodland throughout the year, including the siting of the container, and through the year and the seasons ...truly demonstrating how lucky our village is to have Grogan's walk on our doorstep. The coffee Morning also provided the opportunity to preview the new sign boards which will soon be erected at each end of rhe primary school section of the woodland....look out for these soon,

At the end of the morning £450 had been raised for the trust to keep up their good work!

You can keep up to date with what is happening at the trust's website http://www.tarvincommunitywoodland.org

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