Following the tremendous success of the Armistice Centenary events, Trustees of the Barbour Institute would like to say how thrilled they were that the building was at the centre of so many community events.
From the showing of Journey's End to the Tattenhall Music Society concert on Sunday evening, the Barbour Institute was made available and free of charge throughout, enabling the many projects to go ahead at no cost to the groups involved or to the Parish Council.
Tattenhall Community Association is also proud to have hosted the Wall of Poppies Project and the The Great War Poster Exhibition which are still open to view until Thursday.
The Trustees would also like to extend thanks to our regular users for their incredible flexibility in freeing up the Main Hall.
The Barbour Institute will also host the Parish Council's Christmas celebrations at no cost, and we are looking forward to the decorations going up in December.