The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: October 2015
We say it again, Tattenhall is truly terrific!
It is astonishing to think that Tattenhall students are approaching the end of their first half term, that the clocks are about to change and that those end of year festivities are just weeks away!
Before all of that, we have a number of fantastic events scheduled for the next couple of weeks, and all of these in addition to our regular clubs and societies!
So, diaries at the ready ..
'Nettle' are hosting a workshop on 20 October with an autumnal feel — read the story in our 'Latest News' and book your places.
The magnificent (and popular) 'Barbour Institute Jumble Sale' takes place on Sunday 25 October at 2pm.
Our fantastic 'Film Night' will be back at the Barbour Institute on 28 October with the remarkable story of Stephen Hawking.
The 31 October and the village is action-packed with 'Halloween Events' — you might want to get down to The Studio for their 'Bat our of Hell' or participate in 'The Ghoul's Night Out' at Alison's kitchen.
And for Tattenhall youngsters on Halloween — create the perfect 'Pumpkin Bird Feeder' at 'Nettle' .
The musical 'Dorothy's War' takes place on 1 November (with the bonus of an afternoon workshop if you need to hone those harmonious skills).
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