The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Esther Sadler-Williams: January 2021
You may recall that in the previous lockdowns, a 'Jigsaw Swap Shop' was introduced in the community.
So successful was this initiative, that readers have constantly asked if this might be re-introduced.
The revival of Jigsaw Puzzles proved to be a 'go to' pastime previously, particularly for those members of our community who are socially isolated.
Well — we are re-introducing the service but with a few tweaks ....
- The scheme is run by Parish Councillor, Esther Sadler-Williams
- Esther now has over 60 Jigsaws in the Catalogue
- With such an impressive number (quite where does Esther store these you ask), there is absolutely no need to 'swap' a Jigsaw for one that you would wish to complete from the Catalogue.
- In fact, we can safely presume, that Esther is happy to give them away!
So, if you would like a new Puzzle to complete, then Esther's contact details are: email@example.com or 07908 843073
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