The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Parish Council: June 2019
The Annual Parish Meeting was held on Thursday evening, 30th May, and was well attended with more than 40 residents enjoying an informative and sociable evening. The event was the opportunity for everyone to meet their Parish Councillors and for the Chairman to provide a summary of the council's activities and achievements during the past twelve months including the success of the Armistice Commemorations weekend, planning matters, and grant awarding.
The Parish Council said goodbye to three long standing members Alison Pritchard, Carol Weaver and Graham Spencer and welcomed on board our three new Councillors Louise Gibson, Cindy Parry and Mathew Wilson.
The evening also included a presentation on behalf of Tarporley Memorial Hospital giving an overview of the wonderful health care facilities available on our doorstep.
The highlight of the evening was the presentation of the Village Cup which this year was awarded to Tattenhall WI for their hard work and dedication in creating the amazing poppy display for the Armistice event (one of their members had produced over 1,000 poppies alone!).
Recognition awards were also presented to Jill Raine for her substantial fundraising (over £20,000) within the village and keeping the village moving and active, and Yvonne Keeping also received recognition for all her tireless work on the history of Tattenhall.
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