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By Sue Hardacre - 26th July 2014 6:00am
TMP Enjoy a Wonderful Evening
There have been occasions in the past when the annual Tarvin Meeting Point summer evening has seen members huddled in coats determined to stay outside despite plummeting temperatures. This was most definitely NOT the case last night (July 24th) when they came together for their summer party. Beneath clear skies and warm temperatures they enjoyed a balmy evening of good food, good wine and cheerful companionship.
Tarvin Meeting Point has been in existence for over 40 years in Tarvin, though for many of those years it was called the National Women's Register. When formed in the late 1960's, the organisation provided a focus for many stay — at -home Mums to enjoy the chance to meet for stimulating conversation on any topic except the domestic. Though now independent from the national organisation, Tarvin Meeting Point still provides the group with a chance to research, discuss and debate any topic except the purely domestic. Wikipedia may have replaced the library book and there may be a few more wrinkles on member's faces, but the group is still going strong.
If you are interested in joining, whatever your age or circumstances, then please do give Sue a ring on 01829 741962
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