The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: May 2017
Film Night at the Barbour Institute this month, features 'Eye in the Sky'.
Helen Mirren and the late Alan Rickman (in his final film role) star in Gavin Hood's tense thriller exploring the ethics of drone strikes.
What follows is a nail-biting exercise in the requirements of the chain of command, as the combatants, lawyers and politicians involved, all argue the personal, political and legal merits of launching an attack in 'a friendly country that is not at war'.
Doors open at 7.30pm for an 8.00pm start on 24 May.
Adults £5 and £4 for those under 18. Pay on the door.
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Tattenhall Homewatch and Graham Marsden do a brilliant job in alerting residents to local crime, phishing scams etc. etc.Some scams look genuine but some are almost laughable in their ineptitude; this recent effort, purporting to be from the DVLA, is full of grammatical errors and,hopefully, shouldn't fool anyone."Your vehicle is no longer taxed. DVLA have been notified...
Bad News — Good NewsWe are inundated with news items about setbacks in our fight against Covid-19:* More areas are having to return to lockdown* Some schools are closing again* Hospital admissions are increasing* Track and Trace is strugglingTattenhall and other rural Cheshire areas have done relatively well in keeping the virus at bay but the lockdown relaxations possibly created a...
Through the past few months many of us have done more walking and have possibly discovered new footpaths in and in the neighbourhood of Tattenhall. Some are well trodden but on others you may have the path or track all to yourselves.For those who like maps, Pluto House stocks a handy pocket-sized publication 'Around & About Tattenhall & Beeston'. This is part of the Ordnance Survey...
High St Car Park, MALPAS
Sportsman's Car Park
Outside Barbour Institute