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Regular users of the Community Centre will know that the building caretaker recently left for a new job, and since then the caretaking and cleaning duties, for both the Community Centre and the adjoining Cheshire West and Chester Council offices, have been carried out on an ad hoc basis.

The Community Centre Committee has been talking about this situation with Qwest (the firm which looks after the caretaking and cleaning on behalf of the Cheshire West & Chester Council) and one result is that Qwest are now advertising for a cleaner, to work mainly in the Council office part of the building but probably also to do a small amount of cleaning at the Community Centre.

Qwest do struggle to find people for cleaners' jobs and so the Community Centre Committee agreed to advertise this post locally, in the hope of attracting a Tarvin person to apply. The job is being advertised on the village noticeboard and in the Community Centre. For further details also click here.

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