Tarvin History Revealed - Fire in the High Street

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The top two photographs show the scene of the firemen tackling the blaze at 51 High Street on February 2nd., 1990.

Scan_20170414 Fire at 51 High St-
Scan_20170414 Tarvin Fire
Scan_20170414 Rescurers
Scan_20170414 firemen with rescued cat

Below left, the photograph shows Ernie Stant, the owner Tarvin Hall, who with two joiners Rob Bebbington and Fred Dale, helped to rescue pensioner, Miss Nancy Moreton, 81, as huge flames engulfed her home. Also in the picture is Mr. Stant's daughter, Pamela, who by coincidence the previous day was responsible for alerting Mr Louis Pavlou, of a fire in his King Louis chip shop.

The final photograph shows fireman, Phil Sullivan with one of the cats that was also rescued from 51 High Street.

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