Today's the Day - Tarvin Village Fete

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Don't forget the Parade of the Fete King and Queen will leave the bottom of the Lower High Street at 11.30 am and progress via the High Street, Hockenhull Lane, Crossfields, Meadow Close to the King George V Playing Field.

The Fete will be officially opened at 12 noon.

At 12.15 pm the Fete King and Queen will be crowned.

Then the fun begins .......

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