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Feedback Friday - 25 Sept

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Friyay!

Hello, it's Friday again!

This week we have received a record number of visits to certain news articles, specifically to check up on the update of the Sportman's Pub!

So we can see where your priorities lie!

The queries regarding the fate of the pub were first heard by one of the Webteam who was collecting her daughter from Girl Guides. Knowing that this was news that the village would want to hear about our Roving Reporter was dispatched immediately to find out the full story. Such commitment to the cause of news meant that the Reporter has been visiting the Sportsman's almost daily. Commendable actions!

Seriously though, if you find out something that you think needs to be shared — you know what to do...

email editor@tattenhall.org

or use the CONTACT US button on the home page.

We have also heard from an Upton resident who has links to Tattenhall. Mac has asked that we label the photos in our galleries, this is something that the TattySnappers team are working on and any new photos posted online will have a caption. Thankyou Mac for your praise — may you continue to enjoy the website for a long time!!!

Until next week...

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