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By Tarvin Webteam - 4th January 2015 6:00am
Now that Christmas and New Year celebrations are behind us, January looks a very busy month full of activities at The Methodist and St Andrew's churches, and the Community Centre!
The Methodist Church is always busy with services and a host of activities for everyone and January 2015 is no exception
Women's Fellowship on 7th and 21st
Soup Lunches on 8th
Knit and Natter 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th
Art in the Afternoon 20th
Messy Church 21st
St Andrew's Church is also busy with its various services and in January on the 23rd there is an organ recital by Nigel James
Tarvin Community Centre, as you would expect has a wide range of activities arranged for residents of all ages in January:
Tarvin Quiz night on 9th and 16th
Tarvin Civic Trust 13th when Nigel Fry is guest speaker and the subject is "The Treasures of Chester Cathedral."
Family Film Day "Penguins of Madagascar" followed by "Mr Turner"
Tarvin W.I. 28th
GoOnline help for computer users 29th
All these events appear on the Tarvinonline Calendar which appears as a heading on our webpage.
If you have an event taking place in January, and beyond, then we want to hear about it. Just email email@example.com and we will do the rest
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