Post Office Closure -Film Night Tickets

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You should be aware that Tarvin Post office will close for refurbishment on Monday 18th April at 17:30 and re-open at 13:00 on Monday 28th April

When it re-opens it will be under new management.

Because of the uncertainty of opening hours between 18th and 28th, there will be no sale of Tarvin Community Centre film tickets for 29th April from the Newsagents.
The films are Kung Fu Panda at 6:00pm- and Dad's Army at 8:00pm.
Ticket prices: Kung Fu Panda £3 under 12; £4 Adult, and, Dad's Army £5 Adult

If you would like to reserve your tickets in advance and pay on entry, please ring 01829 470707. Please leave your name and classification of tickets required if it goes to voicemail.

We will speak with the new owners to see if they are happy to continue the Box Office service that Maria and Maurice have so kindly given us over the years -- many thanks to Maria, Maurice and the staff at Tarvin Newsagents.

Lyn Brunton -- Social & Website Tarvin Community Centre

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