Tarvin Christmas Market

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Christmas is still a long way off but the Tarvin Christmas Market team are starting to think about the Tarvin Christmas Market which is planned to be held on Saturday, 30th November 2013.

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We do however need your help.

Rachel Lloyd who was the instigator and mainstay is retiring and our Committee is now very small. We want the Christmas Market to continue as it is a community event for everyone to enjoy.

Can you join us on the Committee or help by contributing ideas as to what you would like or on the day, help with the erecting/dismantling of the stalls or the installing of the electrics and lighting?

If you can, please get in touch with Lyn Hillier on 01829 741062, Jo Younis on 01829 740571 or Joan Millar on 01829 741314.

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