Tarvin Community Village Fete

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Tarvinonline Webteam are very pleased to announce that the Tarvin Village Fete 2014 gets the go-ahead

Community Centre

Jo Richards reports:

'On July 17th, Tarvin Community Centre was the venue for the first meeting for the Tarvin Community Village Fete 2014. Guests were treated to a wine and nibbles reception before settling down to start planning for this prestigious occasion.

There has been overwhelming support so far and a number of exciting ideas have already been proposed. Planning will continue from September and the Community Centre will be holding regular meetings for all those involved.

If you would like to be a part of this major event, please contact Jo Richards at jinks1107@aol.com or ring 01829 7414744. We also need some kind volunteers who could give a few hours to help with different aspects of the planning. If you can help with planning, please contact Jo.'

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