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Following requests from members of the public, an additional drop-in event for the Children and Young People's Transport Review consultation has been arranged in the Tarvin area.

The drop-in event will be held in the Main Hall of Tarvin Community Centre on Monday 25 November from 3pm to 7pm.

This review concerns 2 very important issues for parents.

  • 1 The review will decide which pupils get free school transport and those who don't
  • 2 The review will decide which Secondary school you go to, is it still Tarporley High or will it be Christleton High School

    We suggest you attend the drop-in event, or go online and fill in a feedback form here, and/or emailing CWaC at schoolplanningandpolicy@cheshirewestandchester.gov.uk

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