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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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CWaC: Thu 23 Jan 6:15am

Chester will celebrate the Chinese New Year of the Rat on Saturday, 25 January with a parade of traditional Chinese lion and dragon dancing, Tai Chi performance and celebratory cultural characters from Bridge Street, culminating with multicultural performances in the Storyhouse and celebration banquet at the Slowboat Restaurant.The God of Prosperity, The Emperor of Heaven and The Happy Buddha...

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Webteam: Thu 23 Jan 6:10am

REMINDERIf you are looking for something to cure those January 'blues' then look no further than the latest production from the Tattenhall Amateur Dramatics Society, which for 3 nights only is re-formed asThe Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society.This group of talented actors will bring you a night of baffling intrigue and foul goings-on...

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Tattenhall Cricket Club: Wed 22 Jan 6:10am

Tattenhall Cricket Club — Community EngagementTattenhall Cricket Club are looking to to secure an Overseas Player for the forthcoming 2020 season. TCC has a proud history of success in welcoming Overseas Players. In recent years, many members of the local community will remember the positive impact made by Damien Lewis, Stanton Govender, Dan Power and Brett Siebert.The Club is seeking ...