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Tattenhall Croquet Club Open Day Sunday 27th May

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TATTENHALL CROQUET CLUB OPEN DAY Tomorrow

Sunday 27th May from 1pm

Join in the Family Fun day at Tattenhall Recreation Club, all ages are welcome. The Croquet Club has just started a new season and our lawns are looking good. Come and join us and have a go at playing croquet with the help of our members.

Equipment is provided, all you need to do is turn up wearing flat shoes.

Childrens area and refreshment available.

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