The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Jane Richards: August 2015
I'm on a quest to discover Tattenhall's (and a little beyond) 'Top Ten Hymns'. Everyone has a favourite hymn, one that may bring back memories from school, childhood, weddings etc. What are your 'Top Three' and do you think you can predict 'Tattenhall's Top Three'?
There are bottles of Champagne to be won for those who accurately predict 'Tattenhall's Top Three', so hurry down to St Alban's Church or Alison's Coffee Shop and pick up an entry form (don't forget the free cake that is on offer if you quote the correct code from Tattenhall Online's July Website Offers).
Complete the form and hand it in at the Post Office, St Alban's or Complement by 14th August. There is a small charge of £2 per entry which is in aid of 'The Vault' — we are doing so well following the Zip Wire Challenge!
Once the entry forms are in, the results will be collated and we will then bring the entrants together as we reveal 'Tattenhall's Top Ten' hymns — bottles of Champagne will be awarded to those who correctly guess the 'Top Three'; we can then sing our top ten!
Sounds good to me!
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