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A view from St Andrews Church Tower
A view from St Andrews Church Tower(2)
A view from St Andrews Church Tower(1)
A view from St Andrews Church Tower (4)
A view from St Andrews Church Tower (3)

Thank you to Adam Friend for sharing these these photographs that give a perspective of Tarvin that many of the residents will not have seen before.

The pictures were take while setting up the St Andrews Christmas lights on a very windy day! Adam say "hopefully, if the timer works you will be able see a slight difference to last year!

Ed: These photographs are definitely "Keepers"

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