By Tarvin Webteam - 3rd December 2019 6:00am
TARVIN CHRISTMAS MARKET — IN CONCLUSION
It was so good to see the Tarvin High Street buzzing with activity last Saturday evening. It really created a great community atmosphere. Father Christmas had a very busy time.
There are so many 'thank yous' to make because the Christmas Market could not have happened without the support of individuals, local organisations and businesses and the Churches all working together — but that is what village life is all about .... .
So thanks to everyone and especially the Tarvin community for turning out in such numbers. We hope that the Christmas Market was enjoyed by all.
Those of you who bought raffle tickets will be aware that half of the money raised by the raffle is donated to local charities. This year the two charities are Tarporley War Memorial Hospital and Lydia's Lodge.
As an afterthought, if anybody has any photographs of the event which they would be happy to appear on Tarvinonline would they please forward them to the firstname.lastname@example.org
See you all in 2020!
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