Tarvin Primary School Exhibition

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On Wednesday 29th & Thursday 30th March between 15:15 — 19:30 there is an exhibition of work by Tarvin Primary School children. This is called "I May Be Gone Some Time..."

This is our 7th Exhibition and it always makes it special when we get people from the village in school to see the children's work. It promises to be another great event.

There is free Entry and Refreshments and the staff would love as many members of our community as possible to visit us and celebrate our children's fantastic efforts!

All Welcome!

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