By Ted Lush - 20th February 2015 6:00am
Community Clean-up Day
The Government has designated 21 March — the first day of Spring — Community Clean-up Day.
The Parish Council will be considering its response to this initiative when it next meets on 23 February.
There is no doubt that there are some "grot spots" in the Tarvin parish area.
They include the main roads (the A51 and A54), Cross Lanes going towards Waverton and behind the castellated wall at the bottom of the lower High Street.
You probably know of others!
The centre of the village is actually pretty good thanks to the number of bins and the work of Cheshire West and Chester Council's Streetscene team
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