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The deadline for the 'Inspired Villages' community competition is 5.30pm today, Monday 6 July.

You will all be aware that the site at Frog Lane is currently being developed as a luxury retirement village. Many of you may have actually visited the Inspired Villages' stand at our recent summer fete!

To engage with the community, Inspired Villages requires our help. They are very keen that the theme in naming both the 'property types' and the 'apartment blocks' has local distinctiveness and is very closely linked to and sympathetic with Tattenhall.

In this respect they are offering 2 prizes, each of a £25 voucher to be spent on the Tattenhall High Street.

Suggestion Forms are available in the Post Office.
Complete the form and return it to the plastic sealed box in the Post Office.
Ensure that you write your 'name' + 'contact phone number' on the Form.
The closing date for submissions is 5.30pm tonight.
Winners are likely to be announced by mid July.

Be inspired and good luck!

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