By Sue Hardacre - 24th September 2013 6:30am
Just a quick reminder that the Family Film Night will be this Friday with MONSTER UNIVERSITY being the feature film. Tickets are on sale at the Post Office or on the door.
Our next big event is the Autumn Fashion Extravaganza on Saturday October 5th at 7.30pm. This will be a super evening with clothes by Imagination of Tarvin, sparkling wine, light refreshments and a wonderful raffle. Tickets are only £10.00 and are available from the Post Office, Imagination or from 01829 741962/740868.
So that we can get the catering right it would be most helpful if you can get your tickets in advance if at all possible. It is not often that we use the word 'glamour' in relation to the Community Centre, but we will do our best to bring the sophistication of the Paris catwalks to Tarvin.
All proceeds from this evening will be for the Community Centre funds and the plans that the Committee have for the refurbishment will be available at the Community Centre for you to comment on.
Hope to see you on both Sept 27th and October 5th
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
We have become aware that a number of residents have raised concerns with both the Parish Council and CWAC concerning the development activity on the field shown in the photo.Planning permission was granted under Planning Application 19/01028 /FUL 19/01028/FUL for the land At Tarporley Road Tarvin. The application is in the public record on the CWAC Planning Site for viewing...
We received this from a concerned parent and it certainly made us think:-"Schools back and so is the inconsiderate parking of parents."So school reopened fully last week and the hustle and bustle of drop off and pick ups has begun again. As a parent of a child who attends Tarvin primary school I understand the pressures of the morning routine to get the kids to school on time and...
We received this from a resident today:"I had a strange experience when going into the Tarvin Co-op this morning. I was just putting my mask on before entering when a woman, probably 40ish came out of the doors not wearing a mask and told me to take my mask off as I didn't need to wear it in the shop. For a moment I was taken aback. Had the Co-op been declared a risk...