Tarporley High School in the News Three Times in March 1990

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Tarporley High School was in the news three times in March 1990.

On the 9th March, sixth form students are shown meeting the the Cheshire Euro MP, Lyndon Harrison, and Eddisbury MP, Alastair Goodlad, as part of their general studies course.



On 16th March, Tarvin teenager, Sara Robinson, is featured as she prepares to cross the Channel to carry out a survey of population changes in Vichy as part of her A level studies in Geography and French.



On 30th March, Tarvin's Paul Hardman, a driver in THS's successful karting team, is shown with suited Chapman Warren, whose development consultancy had just agreed to sponsor the young racers for the next three years.

Ed: Click on the photographs to see the bigger picture.

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