Tarvin History Revealed - New Licencees at The Red Lion

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The History Group scrapbooks for 1988 include an article on the retirement of the licencees of the Red Lion in November.

Kath and Max McCrimmon (right) retired after 24years of running the village pub, and celebrated with a leaving party described as "a night Tarvin will never forget!"

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The new licencees, (right) David and Carole Skinner used to be in charge of the Traveller's Rest, at Lowton, nr Warrington for 5 years and planned to add an "a la carte restaurant" in 1989 to seat up to 35 people in the Red Lion!"

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