Tarvin Pre-School to take on Sandstone trail

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On Saturday 8th July 15 members of staff and parents from Tarvin Pre-School Nursey will take on the Sandstone Trail. In just one day they aim to complete the 34 mile walk from Frodsham to Whitchurch.... including the 4.160ft of elevation change.

In an echo of their parents efforts, the children will be completing their own trail walk — with 30 intrepid children completing the Tarvin Community Woodland Walk (starting at 4.00pm from the Nursery at the rear of the school). All are welcome to join the children as they make their way through the woodland.

To conclude the day, there is to be a Family Fun-night at the nursery (beginning at 5.00) with a barbecue and bouncy castle — bring your own drink and picnic rug!

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