Tarvin's Harvest Feste

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A weekend of entertainment and laughs. A great weekend celebrating a great village tradition of Harvest. We had a lovely weekend and the weather stayed good. We enjoyed a good comedy night on the Friday with Joy Carter, after a lovely buffet. There were high spirits in the audience as Joy performed for us.

On the Saturday we had a lovely afternoon of fun and crafts, with cream teas and cakes, and prayers led by children from St Peter's Church. The straw was fun to play in and with. In the
evening the last night of the proms concert was enjoyed by all with some singing and bobbing, feet tapping and some clapping too!

On the Sunday we had a lovely service with children sat on the straw followed by a great Barn Dance, led by 'the Black Cat Band' with lots of children getting into the atmosphere. A
wonderful hog roast was provided by 'Smohk and Mischief'.
We are very grateful to those who sponsored the events, 'Jacqueline Wilson funeral directors' and also 'Broomheath Plantation'.

The events were arranged so that the whole community could take part in a celebration for Harvest and we are hoping to arrange something next year, so please watch this space.

There was a great team who organised the events and also helped over the weekend to make sure everything happened as it was supposed to.
Thank you to them and also a thank you to the Community Centre for accommodating the events of the week-

Adam Friend
Vicar of Tarvin St Andrew and St Peter

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