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By Tarvin Webteam - 27th January 2015 6:00am
This is a timely reminder that tomorrow night, Wednesday 28th of January, a Public Meeting will take place in The Methodist Church, starting at 7.30.
Everyone will have received a leaflet and invitation from the Parish Council, which has been delivered to every household in the Parish of Tarvin, and outlines what a Neighbourhood Plan is, and how it might benefit people and businesses in Tarvin.
This will be a significant meeting to decide if you, the residents of Tarvin, support the idea of creating a Neighbourhood Plan, and gives you the opportunity to be part of that process.
Tattenhall Parish is one of the first Parishes in the country to create and have their Plan adopted by Cheshire West and Chester Council, and has already resulted in a reduction of large scale building developments in Tattenhall in favour of small manageable developments, often built by local small builders who take note of the needs of the village and ensure the necessary extra facilities are put in place.
At tomorrow's meeting Tattenhall Parish Council and Cheshire Community Action will be making presentations and there will be plenty of time for questions throughout the evening.
Ed:"Make sure you attend as this will be your best opportunity in helping to develop Tarvin, now and for the future!"
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