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Facilities and contact
A large hall with stage, sound system, theatrical
lighting and hearing loop. Ideal for parties,
theatre and dance.
The Edna Rose Room (a smaller room). Ideal for
smaller gatherings or classes and has a sound
system, installed projector and retractable
A fully fitted and equipped kitchen (accessible
from the Edna Rose room).
An alcohol and entertainment licence.
In October 2017 a new Bar/Lounge area was officially
opened. It can be Accessed from the hall or via its own
If you would like to know more please contact the
Secretary of the Management Committee on
01829 741468. You can also find out more from the
’A’ frame in the village and/or contact us:
TARVIN COMMUNITY CENTRE
Meadow Close, Tarvin, CH3 8LY
would like to thank the following for sponsoring this
Gallery Hair Design: Unisex and children’s hair
salon. High Street, Tarvin CH3 8EE
Imagination: Ladies fashion for all occasions.
High Street Tarvin CH3 8EE
Jessop’s: Delicatessen, good food and fine
wine. Church Street, Tarvin CH3 8EE
King Loui’s Takeaway: Fine fish, chips and
other English and Oriental food. High Street,
Tarvin CH3 8JB
Serenity: Beauty Salon, High Street, Tarvin
*Sheaf Farm Shop: suppliers of high quality
meat and local produce. Platts Lane, Tarvin CH3
Tarvin Coffee Pot: Coffee shop, hot and cold
Compiled in response to the Tarvin Community
Centre Survey 2014
Further village information go to www.tarvinonline.org
* No longer trading
Ammended: March 2017
The village of Tarvin appears as a substantial manor in
the Domesday Book and a Saxon Cross dating from
10th/11th Century was unearthed here some years ago.
The original 12th century church of
St Andrew’s was re-modelled in
the14th century with further extension in the 15th century. It bears
physical evidence of Henry VIII’s
separation from Rome and the
English Civil War.
Within a short walk can be found
Mrs Roosevelt Flies
the ‘Roman’ Bridges, on
to London . — a
Hockenhull Platts, part of the old
CRTA show August
Peddlars Way— road to
The village is served well by a selection of shops and
businesses, two churches, veterinary surgery, dentist,
doctors’ surgery, 2 pubs and a primary school.
In 2014 the annual June Village Fete was re-established
proving very popular and involving the whole community
The social hub of this village life is Tarvin Community
Centre in Meadow Close. It is a centre for many varied
regular events & classes and has regular theatrical and
film presentations for all ages
Tarvin Community Centre
Regular events: as of February 2017—See website for
Ballet—Tuesday term time. Contact 07734 853336
Bingo—Thursday. Contact 01829 740983
Body Pump & Tone—Tuesday, term time only.
Contact 01829 752701
Cheshire Pilates & Physio—Friday. Contact 07885
Civic Trust—Tuesday monthly during Winter months.
Flower Club—2nd Wednesday except Aug & Sept.
Contact 01829 740743
Tarvin Parish Council—Monthly. Contact
email@example.com 01829 741075
Toddlers (playgroup) - Friday term time.
Email contact to firstname.lastname@example.org or
call Lisa 07713639372 /Alison 07841484639
Village Quiz—Annually in January
WI—Last Wednesday of month. Contact 01829
Zumba—Monday. Contact 07765 711337
Zumba Gold—Monday. Contact 01948 820402
The very popular Family Film Night presents films
currently showing at the box office. A film for children
and families is shown first, followed by one for adults.
Family Film Nights—Last Friday of month Sept-June
Gardening Club & Horticultural Show—3rd
Tuesday of the month March-October. Contact 01829
Karate Club—Sunday. Contact 01829 741560
Kung Fu—Thursday. Contact 01244 336978
4 professional theatre productions for all the family are
staged annually through Cheshire Rural Touring Arts,
and 2/3 productions by Ashton Hayes Theatre Club.
Library—Tuesday 12:00-19:00 and Thursday
Mah Jongg—Tues 10:30-13:00 & Thurs 18:30-21:30.
Contact 01829 741598
Rucks of Fun—Thursday. Contact 07854 710304
Rugby Tots—Saturday term time. 08453 133254
Slimming World—Wednesday. Contact 07568
Table Top Quiz—Winter months
Tai Chi—Tuesday. Contact 01829 751398
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