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The Tarvinonline Editorial Team is shrinking to 2 members. We urgently need a 3rd editor to join the team to share out the workload as the remaining team are all retired and are away at times on holiday!

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The main activity is getting the stories, sent in by our residents into the right format for the website.
Occasionally editors put on their own articles. We provide full training to anyone who joins the team in all aspects of the website.
Currently we have over 7500 visits to the website each month so your contribution will be read and valued by the Community.
Please email us at editor@tarvinonline.org for more details.

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