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By Tarvin Webteam - 19th March 2020 6:00am
The Churches in Tarvin have joined together to bring you support during this difficult and critical time. We are offering support for people who are anxious or worried at this time; for people who would like someone to pray with them (over the phone) and also people who need some practical support, such as shopping, or dog walking. If we can help then we will. Although this is primarily for people who live in Tarvin and the surrounding areas, we can also forward people's request for support to Ashton, Barrow and Kelsall villages. In particular, we want to support those who are at home on their own, have self isolated or who are ill.
If you need our support, please call 01829 741206 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays between 9.30am and 11.30am and your call will be answered. Your details will be taken and you will be contacted later by someone in the Team who can help you.
We are still also looking for volunteers to assist us in helping our community. if you can help please contact Adam on 07984003665.
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