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Tattenhall OPAL Christmas Coffee Morning Tuesday 3rd December 10-30am
Entrance £1 per head includes Tea/Coffee, Mince Pie and entertainment by Tattenhall Singers plus a Cake Stall and more activities

OPAL coffee morning

Our Christmas Coffee Morning is the major fundraising event of the year and proceeds go towards providing members with days out and other activities. This special event is made even more special by the support of Tattenhall Singers to provide entertainment as well as the other attractions. Please support this important local charity.

OPAL Services (Older People Active Lives) offers daytime activities for older people in rural West Cheshire.

Tattenhall OPAL Club holds its meeting every Tuesday from 10.00am to 2.30pm in the Barbour Institute.

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