Tarvin's Brexit Preparations

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We have it on good authority that CWAC have asked Tarvin Parish Council to set up long queues on the A51 on Fridays over the coming months along the Tarvin bypass approaching the Tarvin roundabout with the A54.
This will provide a cheap simulation of the queues which some MPs have anticipated on the approach roads to the ports of Dover and Folkestone whenever Brexit takes place. To avoid tempers rising the Council is looking for members of our Community to be willing to provide refreshments to stranded motorists. Anyone wishing to join in this activity should contact Tarvinonline and provide relevant contact details. There will also be a need for Parishioners to act as refuse collectors as the plastic drinks cups will no doubt be thrown out the car windows in even greater numbers than normal.
The results will be fed into the 24th reading of the Withdrawal Bill late in 2019. Tarvin may even be mentioned in Parliament.
Any further ideas would be welcomed.

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