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King George V Playing Field
By Tarvin Webteam - 4th May 2014 6:00am
The first of May was a Spring-like day and would not be the same without an early rise to hear the dawn chorus, together with a leisurely stroll to Barrowmore, to see the bluebells, and, a full English at the BlueBell Cafe!
Run as a Charity by Tarvin resident Leonie, it now opens at the later time of 9.00am
(Ed. This has been road-tested by a member of the Tarvin Webteam and given the thumbs up!)
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