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Tarvinonline has been running for over 2 years now and the recent story on a possible housing development on Tarporley road has resulted in several unacceptable posts on the Tarvinonline website Facebook page.

Stories of abuse on social media sites such as Facebook & Twitter are unfortunately far too common.
The Editorial Team at Tarvinonline condemn unreservedly such abuse and are looking at ways we can prevent such posts happening in the future and removing them when they are reported to us.
Please remember this is a village website dedicated to serving our community and not a space for publishing individual views which many would find offensive.
Free speech comes with responsibilities!

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Gnome damage Img_5816
Sun 10 Jun 6:00am  |  hits: 857

Maybe it was wishful thinking that we could get through 4 weeks of the Gnome Trail with all of the Gnomes intact and not vandalized or stolen. Unfortunately on Friday night, some mindless individuals with no respect for people's property, families enjoyment and the fact that they have upset young children, took it upon themselves to steal one of the gnome displays from Crossfields, and...

vandalised trees
Sat 16 Jun 6:00am  |  hits: 662

Last Friday night a group of teenagers...not from this development.... broke down virtually all the young trees in the little childrens' playground on the Saxon Heath TW development.The residents of the development will now have to pay additional fees to the ground maintenance company that looks after the public areas of the development (Something the LA should be doing!!!-...

gnome1
Thu 14 Jun 6:00am  |  hits: 269

Half way through, and how many gnomes have you found?Its been wonderful watching so may people walking around the village, trying to find the most elusive of the 76 gnomes. The beautiful weather has helped, but it is the creativity on show that has been the main event.There is still plenty of time to take part, it runs until 22nd June, and Trails can be bought for £2...