Tarvin History Revealed -Rose Queens and Rosebuds

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On March 28th 1986 from the Tarvin History Group Scrapbooks the Chester Chronicle included two pictures celebrating the competition for Tarvin Rose Queen and Tarvin Rosebuds.

The first photo shows the candidates for Tarvin Rose Queen.

Rose Queens

Front row are Clare Robinson, Rosemary Harper-Young, Rachel Bell, Caroline Ball, Julie Meade, Sharon Davidson
Back row are Sarah Murray-Smith, Natalie Gidge, Karen Davies, Debbie Crawford and Rhoida Folker

The second photo shows the candidates for Tarvin Rosebud.

Rose Buds 2

Jill Crosbie (Front Left), Shelley Louise Stubbs (Front Centre). Also pictured are Kate Ashbrook, Jackie Walker, Tracy Edwards and Georgina Pavlou.

The new Tarvin Carnival Queen was Emily Vernon and her deputy Sandra Latham. Their attendants were Annette Feron and Karen Siddons.

Ed:"I hope you remember all these young girls!"

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