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Community Pride Competition 'Runner Up'

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Tattenhall Parish Council Community Pride Group is proud to announce that our lovely village has been awarded 'Runner Up' in this year's 'Community Spirit Award 2016' and has received a cheque for £50.

A huge 'thank you' to all members of our Community who gave their time and enthusiasm to promote our sense of 'Community Spirit' before a panel of judges earlier this year.

These include:
*First Tattenhall Guides and Brownies
*Tattenhall Online Village Website Team
*TWiG (Tattenhall Wildlife Group)
*St Alban's Church
*OPAL Club
*Tattenhall Community Association
*Tattenhall Amateur Dramatics (TADs)
*Tattenhall Over 50s (TOFs)
*Community Safety Group
*New Playground Committee
*Thanks also to The Park Primary School for allowing the girls from Brownies and Guides to attend the proceedings.

The Community Pride Competition is organised annually by Cheshire Community Action and is sponsored by Essar Oil UK Ltd.

The four areas covered within the Competition comprise:
*Community — local facilities, young people and senior citizens
*Business — What part do local businesses play in village life
*Sustainability — How the community is looking after its environment.
*Communications — How sections of the community are given information and whether the community has its say in village life.

We were also awarded a 'Little Gem Award' for St Alban's Church Porch — the 'Little Gem Award' includes any area or artefact within the village which demonstrates special care and attention.

Well done everyone!

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