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The Annual Parish Meeting of Tarvin Parish will be on Thursday 3 May at 7.30 pm in the Edna Rose Room of Tarvin Community Centre.

At the meeting various community groups and organisations, as well as the PC, will present reports on the year just ended. Disappointingly, most local residents don't bother to come to the meeting — does this mean that they are all delighted by everything that is done on their behalf in the parish?

It would be wonderful if more people came. Please make an effort to come, so that those who work to make Tarvin parish a great place to live know their efforts are appreciated — or if you think things could be done better, then tell us

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