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Best Kept Village Competition Final Spring Clean Date

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One more Spring Clean date remains before judging. Volunteers have already met on three occasions in May to prepare Tattenhall for the Best Kept Village competition taking place over the summer. So far benches have been painted, fences mended and paths swept with the willing band of volunteers at the ready to look after the play areas, floral displays, bus stops, the Flacca and the War Memorial.

NOW THE FINAL GET TOGETHER IS PLANNED FOR SATURDAY 1st JUNE — 2pm to 4pm

If you can help on this date please meet on the Park Play area. All equipment and refreshments will be provided.

The village will be subject to two rounds of judging at the beginning and end of the summer. In the lead up to judging we are looking for further volunteers to help 'Spring Clean' the village on any of the following dates:

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