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By Tarvin Community Centre - 18th November 2013 9:04am
Tarvin Community Centre is delighted to announce that the winner of their Facebook "100 Friends" raffle is Clare Ankers and she was presented with a bottle of champagne recently by Sue Hardacre from the Community Centre Committee.
Clare has lived in Tarvin for 9 years since she married a member of a very well established Tarvin family. She uses the Community Centre regularly for Yoga and Bingo, and brings her children to the Family Film Nights.
Sue said, "The Committee is delighted with the rapid take up of our Facebook page, and are please that we are able to get information about the Centre to different audiences through social media. I am delighted that the prize went to someone who is not only local, but a regular user of the Centre. I can assure you that this was a completely random choice!"
The Committee would like to thank Richard, Manager of the local Co-op for generously donating the bottle of champagne. Their support is much appreciated.
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