The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Church Warden: August 2020
This popular, free and not for profit magazine, has always been full of local information, news, club events and acted as a handy directory of local businesses.
It is the community of Tattenhall all together in one monthly publication. In a digital world it can sometimes be easy to overlook that there is still a part of the community without internet access who rely on the printed word.
The Parish News was suspended over lockdown but we are looking to publish and deliver 1,600 copies( through volunteers) with the October edition.
Are you a local business who would like to advertise your updated services? Say a public thank you to your loyal customers? Are you a new business looking for ways to increase your presence in the community? Are you keen to show support for Tattenhall village life? Without local support and advertisements the magazine simply does not have a long term future.
If you would like more information on how to advertise and show support for the community then please message me for information on the incredibly reasonable rates.
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