Tarvin History Revealed - Table Toppers

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We are now looking at the Tarvin History Group scrapbooks for 1987, and this first article is from January 23rd celebrating the recently formed Youth Club at the Community Centre.

Jim Pepper, Table Tennis enthusiast of Tarvin Motors, presented the club with a Table Tennis table and equipment.

As a bonus there was a demonstration by two Chester Table Tennis stars, father and son, Ivor and Simon Jones of Newton.

Mr Pepper said "I am keen to see Table Tennis make a comeback and hoped that there might be some budding talents at the club."

Ed:"The Parish Council is proposing to install an all weather Table Tennis table on the Rec, will you be using it?"

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  • caz

    omg this seems so long ago

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