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TWiG AGM - 7.30pm, 6 September, Barbour Institute

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Tattenhall Wildlife Group (TWiG) will be holding its Annual General Meeting this Wednesday, 6 September, in the Barbour Institute.

Starting at 19.30, our Annual Review will be followed by an announcement concerning the future plans of the Group.

We welcome everyone to come along and understand both the practical conservation work that is undertaken by this voluntary group, the exemplars of good practice that are now nationally recognised and to see what has happened to the monies kindly donated from the 5p single use carrier bag initiative which was pioneered by Thom Morton at Spar on the High Street.

Refreshments will be available. We look forward to seeing you.

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