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Just a reminder of upcoming events in the coming weeks ....

'Clean for the Queen' — litter picking is to be undertaken by the WI on Friday 4 March (meet at 10.00am near to 'Alpha House/Rectory' on Tattenhall Road) and then by TWiG on Saturday 5 March (meet at 'Flacca' at 10.00am). Remember to bring bags/gloves/high visibility jackets and litter pickers if you have them.

Saturday, 5 March (12.30pm-1.30pm or 1.45pm-2.45pm) — relaxation and meditation sessions at The Studio (Gong Bath) — book early by contacting Jill Raine on 01829 771895.

A fantastic and worthy fundraising weekend is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, 12 and 13 March (10.30am-4pm daily) entitled 'Nostalgic Burwardsley'. This is a two-day exhibition to be held at 'The Successfactory' which will display nostalgic photographs of Burwardsley and its people. All proceeds are to support the installation of a 'Roll of Honour' for the Burwardsley men who died in both The Great War and WWI.

The next Tattenhall Music Society Concert is on Sunday March 13 (we will keep you up to date online).

Nettle Events and Workshops are scheduled for 12, 15 and 22 March. Full details are shown on our calendar.

Saturday 16 April at 7.30pm sees Tap Tap Theatre perform 'Captain Morgan and The Sands of Time' at the Barbour Institute (described as a masterpiece, bursting at the seams with imagination and vivacity throughout') — ticket details to follow.

Are you ready to 'Be The Beast' on Saturday 7 May — a charity day of wildlife-themed challenges to be held at 'The Successfactory' in Burwardsley — contact Kate on 01829 771770 to book your place/team.

The Gardening Society will be holding its Annual Plant Sale on Saturday 14 May between 11.00am-12.30pm.

Friday 20 May at 7.30pm sees the production 'Origins' performed at the Barbour Institute — described as 'a psychological thriller that plunges into the heart of darkness' — ticket details to follow.

The Tattenhall Ball is an early summer highlight for some of you — Saturday 21 May 2016.

The Garden Trail will be held in 'flaming June' (fingers crossed) between 4-5 June.

Tattenhall will stage a 3-day County Cricket Fixture for the first time when Wiltshire visit The Flacca from 5-7 June — we encourage everyone to get to the game and make the most of this great opportunity for our local Cricket Club.

On Sunday 12 June, Tattenhall will be celebrating the Queen's 90th Birthday with a 'Picnic on the Park' — details to follow but pop this date in your diary now!

Bolesworth International is to be held between 16-19 June.

And, finally, the Tattenhall Village Fete will take place on 25 June.

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