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Feedback Friday no 4

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Feedback Friday No 4

#Hello Feedback Friday, it's here again!

This week has been a full week — with kids going back to school 'proper' and lots of new sports and arts events making an appearance after a quiet summer. We also had the wonderful annual gardening show (more details to follow) and the emotional ceremony to celebrate Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II becoming the longest serving British monarch. Have you seen the floodlit War Horse, War Memorial, Flagpole and Flag ? They look fantastic.

It has also been a very productive and rewarding week this week for the Tattenhall online Webteam. Not only are we posting more stories than ever, it is from a wider range of contributors, including new ones. We have also secured the fantastic skills of one of our cricket correspondents, even though the cricket season is drawing to a close. Not sure what he'll be writing about, but it will be top notch!

Looking forward, I have been asked to find and publish the best pumpkin recipe (to make use of the great crop of pumpkins being grown in the village) and you must look out for the return of Film Night — you know where to find the info!!!

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