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As several members of the editorial team are in the age risk catagory for Coronavirus, and because we had already done our one exercise walk per day, it was not possible to be out and about around Tarvin at the 8.00pm "Clap for the NHS" in order to take some photographs of the local response for TarvinOnline.

If, therfore , anyone took any photographs, and would be willing to share them, it would be great to add them to our historical picture archive of Tarvin Parish.

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