Reminder of Tarvin Heritage Day Events on Saturday

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Tarvin's Heritage Day events on Saturday, 9th September are

St, Andrew's Parish Church

Grade I listed Fourteenth century parish church, of particular interest: fourteenth century oak screen, fourteenth century roof to south aisle, and seventeenth century roof to nave, rebuilt following the Civil War. Victorian stained glass by Kempe and Bryans. Modern stained glass west window. History exhibition with remains of Saxon cross.
Opening Times 1000 am. — 4.00 pm.



Tarvin Village Walking Tour using "Tarvin Trail"

Walk starting and ending at St. Andrew's Church, Tarvin includes Tarvin Village Conservation area with Grade I listed church and many Grade II listed buildings.Tour suitable for children aged eight and over.
Tour Time 1.30 pm -3.30/4.00 pm

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