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Sometimes an artefact comes to light relating to Tattenhall and about which we know nothing.

Over the holiday, a member of our community shared images of this silver medal with Tattenhall Local History, enquiring whether we knew anything about this find.

Regrettably we do not.

So, we are asking residents of a particular age whether they can shed light on this lovely medal, the details of which we can then add to the artefacts page of the Local History Website.

We include images of both the obverse and reverse sides of the medal, both of which are engraved.

On the obverse side is engraved 'The Bromfield Challenge Cup — Tattenhall — KMF 1925'

On the reverse side is engraved '2 Firsts — 3rd — Res — Silver Medal — Altringham'

If anyone has any information could they contact Terri Hull via the contact button above.

If you would like to see other interesting artefacts relating to the village CLICK HERE.

Similarly, if you have something you would like us to post on the Local History Website then again, use the contact button and mark your query for the attention of Terri Hull.

Many thanks.

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