The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Tattenhall Business Alliance: July 2019
Last Wednesday on a glorious evening the Tattenhall Business Alliance headed back to the Flacca for a BBQ feast, relaxing drinks courtesy of Swayne Johnson Solicitors and an attempt at mastering the art of Croquet with guidance from senior members of the Tattenhall Croquet Club.
Sixteen players from businesses around the village took part and competition was fierce. Play commenced at 6.15 and after a brief barbecue break concluded at around 8.30 with Kate Mallows of The Purple Office the winner. Tattenhall High Street businesses were well represented with teams from Emma Creasey Lettings, Ditzy Rose, Shakti Shantar, the Larkton Group and Swayne Johnson all competing.
During the evening Di Worby of Global Air Training was presented with her 'Inn at Huxley' voucher and Kate Mallows, the croquet winner, was presented with a bottle of fizz by TBA Chairman, Rob Dancy (pictured bottom right).
One of the committee members is currently fundraising for his wife who is in need of an operation in the US which will cost £40,000. Over £250 was raised on Wednesday evening and you can find out more about the fund raising and you can read Harley's story: https://www.gofundme.com/operation-america-thoracic-endometriosis
Photographs by Nick Hastings Photography (-(http://www.nickhastingsphotography.com/
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