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Selling Cakes

Continuing our look at Tarvin's recent past, in 1984 the Methodist Church was busy raising funds in aid of the "Building Fund", to build a new Methodist Church.

The Methodist Chapel has a long history of raising funds by selling cakes and coffee mornings, and on this particular occasion they raised over £110 by selling cakes and bread.

The Chronicle's header from February 24th 1984 is "Using their loaf for funds!"

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