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Police Community Support Officer Jonathan Hurst will be out and about in Tattenhall in the coming months:

Door to door October delivery of Selecta DNA kits.

Harthill Friday 05/10/2018
4-6 pm

Tattenhall Tuesday 09/10/2018

  • 10-12 am Castlefields
  • 1-3 pm Keysbrook
  • 3-4 pm Barbour Institute

Tattenhall PCSO Surgery

  • 12-1 pm at the Library on 11th October CH3 9AH
  • 12-1 pm at Alison's Country Kitchen on 31st October CH3 9PX
  • 12-1 pm at the Library on 1st November CH3 9AH
  • 12-1 pm at Alison's Country Kitchen on 22nd November CH3 9PX
  • 12-1 pm at Alison's Country Kitchen on 3rd December CH3 9PX
  • 12-1 pm at the Library on 13th December CH3 9AH

Tattenhall Parish Council Meeting

  • 7.30 pm at the Barbour Institute on 5th November CH3 9PX

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