Tarvin Methodist Church
Scout Hut, King George V Playing Field Car Park
Tarvin Methodist Church
Tarvin Community Centre
By Robin Grimshaw - 9th December 2016 6:00am
Earlier on in 2016 the governors of Tarvin Primary School asked the community whether there were any facilities that they would like to see introduced within their grounds which would not only benefit the school children but also the various village groups that might like to use them. Following responses from a number of sources the governors have decided to attempt to secure funding for the construction of a Community Kitchen Garden.
Ahead of making the application the governors would very much appreciate any comments in support of the project and should anyone be able to offer their time to help with the initiative once set up that would also be most welcome. Emails can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The hope is that the new kitchen garden facility will have a range of uses from educating several groups in how vegetables grow to offering a different type of meeting place within an outdoor educational environment. With a lack of allotments in Tarvin the kitchen garden may also offer some villagers the chance to grow their own vegetables alongside the children. With healthy eating so important the school governors are hopeful
that this funding application will be looked on favourably.
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