Scout Hut, King George V Playing Field Car Park
Tarvin Methodist Church
Tarvin Methodist Church
Tarvin Community Centre
By Ted Lush - 17th April 2014 6:00am
Litter is not actually a serious problem in Tarvin but it does mean that when it is there it really stands out and it does let the village down.
The village centre and the King George V playing field are cleaned every day ( Monday to Friday) and provided Cheshire West and Chester empty the bins as they are supposed to do these areas are in quite good condition most of the time.
There are however a number of litter "hot spots" these include Cross Lanes on the way to Waverton, the top of Tarporley Road near the A51, behind the wall at the bottom of the High Street and cul-de-sacs at the ends of Broomheath Lane and Hockenhull Lane. These areas are not cleared regularly except by volunteers.
We are very all very lucky to live in a village where there are a full range of services and amenities available. Please don't drop litter except in the many bins provided all round the village. In this way your environment will be pleasant and a credit to everyone.
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