The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Cathy Kitchin: January 2016
An update on the Community Path Project.
Firstly, a huge 'THANK YOU'.
There was a massive surge in the sale of bricks to edge the new Community Path in the latter part of 2015 and particularly during the Christmas period.
Many of you considered that the purchase of a brick was a very worthy Christmas gift and, importantly, a lasting local legacy; for that we thank you.
The bricks are to be ordered within the next 10 days so if you missed the deadline there is still time to squeeze in any final requests.
Application forms are available from Cathy Kitchin, Steeplefield, Church Bank.
The path will be lit and discussions are well underway in this respect.
Importantly, work should begin in March 2016 — presuming that it might stop raining by then!!
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