The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: November 2015
The windy weather has blown through, autumn's sensational colours are fading fast and it is but weeks until Christmas.
Before all of that, we have a number of fantastic events scheduled for the next 2/3 weeks, and all of these in addition to our regular clubs and societies!
So, diaries at the ready ..
Complement together with Alison's Kitchen are hosting their annual Fashion Show on 18 November at 6.45pm in the Barbour Institute. This is another opportunity to avoid the city crowds since there will be lots of stalls brimming with ideas and tempting goodies for sale. Please purchase your tickets in advance.
Film Night is back on 25 November at 8pm in the Barbour Institute with 'Testament of Youth'. Last month's film was packed to capacity so be sure to place this in your diary.
TADs regulars are performing in 'Our House' at Christleton High School between 24-28 November.
The Auction of Promises, in continuing support of building works to the Church of St Alban's, takes place at 7.30pm on 27 November in the Barbour Institute.
And, finally, following the fantastic hit with 'Dorothy's War', the next Rural Touring Arts Programme performance will be 'Ugly Duckling' on 4 December at 6.30pm. Packed with splendid songs, dance and visual treats, this is a funny, heartwarming story for all the family and the perfect start to the festive season.
Tattenhall is 'Truly Terrific'!
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Organised by your PPG (Patient Participation Group), this is our first 'Family Health Hub Day'.Our combined patient footprint is +8000 patients over a wide rural area.Lots of individuals and groups have combined to provide an action-packed day full of useful tips, activities, healthy eating, mindfulness and well-being in support of healthier lifestyles for all of us.Full details...
Were you up and around and in the village at 7.00am last Thursday morning?Despite a very dismal and damp start, Paul Hellmers of PJH Outdoor Solutions embarked on the annual cut at Glebe Meadow (having completed Barn Field earlier in the week).Although the grasses and wildflowers were still providing a valuable source of pollen and nectar, it was felt that the time was right to set seed for...