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Tarvinonline has just received details of all that is happening over the next few months at the Methodist Church, and it makes you realise how active they are in our community!

Every month activities for the more mature members of Tarvin include Exercise with Ease, Art in the Afternoon, Film Afternoon, Tarvin Women's Fellowship and Knit and Natter.

For youngsters there is Splash! and Messy Church

There is then still time for their usual Church Services plus the Sunday Extra, Coffee Mornings, and, Soup Lunches

Times and details of all their events appear on our Calendar

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