The beautiful village of Tattenhall in Cheshire
Webteam: July 2015
On the 31 July we remember the following Tattenhall Lad:
Second Lieutenant Samuel Hatten Field served with the South Lancashire Regiment and died in Flanders Fields on 31 July 1917. He was 20 years old. Second Lieutenant Samuel Hatten Field is remembered on the Menin Gate in Ypres. The Menin Gate bears the names of over 54,000 British and Commonwealth men for whom there are no known graves.
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For smaller cooks and teens looking to develop their skills & confidence in the kitchen, we've teamed up with our Chef friends who run the Chefs adopt a school programme across the region.Through term time they run cookery sessions with children in schools, inspiring youngsters to cook, taste, understand and enjoy their food. Then during the holidays we welcome them into our school to share...
This is a level there-and-back walk, along the very attractive Montgomery Canal, with visits to one of St Winifred's holy wells, and to a very surprising little church. Distance, about 6 miles. There's an excellent cafe along the way for coffee, and perhaps for lunch on the way back.Meeting at 9.15 behind Alison's, or 10am at the start.The walk starts in the canal-side car...
Homewatch in Tattenhall want to raise awareness of a Police Call For Vigilance following a spate of burglary Incidents Involving Outbuildings, including sheds and garages. There have been a number of incidents in this village where garden tools, hedgecutters, strimmers, chainsaws have been stolen from sheds and outbuildings , but also the back of a van! One property in the village has had 3...
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Barbour Institute, High Street, Tattenhall