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Coffee morning
October 12th 10.00 at Tarvin Methodist Church

Come and talk about the changes over the past year at our Coffee morning with cake stall and raffle.
Its YOUR woodland so come and talk of your hopes for it

Woodland Celebration
19th October 2013 14:00 at Tarvin Primary School

At long last the upgrading work to the footpath has been completed. We have also been awarded our 4th Green Flag!- Tarvin Community Woodland Trustees feel we really must celebrate these good things with our friends. Everyone is invited to join with us.
Come and celebrate the opening of the pathway, meet our generous sponsors, present the new Green Flag and enjoy a cup of tea whilst enjoying the school's exhibition appropriately called 'Into the Forest'.

Tarvin Logs

Logs cut from Tarvin Community Woodland are now available. They are £3.50 per bag or £110 per cu. m. and will be supplied via Broomheath Plantation.

Click here to email your order to
firewood@tarvincommunitywoodland.org

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