Ladies Fashion Event

As they themselves say:

“Chameleon Style offers a selection of Ladies clothing, jewellery and accessories and use a variety of size and shape models to show how the clothes fit different shapes and ages.  We sell ladies tops, trousers and dresses in a variety of materials and styles at excellent prices.

    

We like to show during our catwalk how you might like to accessorise with jewellery and scarves and also take outfits from day to evening wear, informal to formal.

Our clothing pricing for clothing collections range between £8 and £40, our costume jewellry from £4 to £25 and our scarves from £8 to £15. This Autumn Winter we are also offering a new range of POM sterling silver jewellry.”

Tickets for the evening are £8 each including a glass of Prosecco and entrance will be by ticket only. They will be available from the Post Office soon but can be bought online now at www.ticketsource.co.uk/tarvincommunitycentre  Chameleon Style offer such evenings to raise money for good causes, and the Community Centre is delighted that this time they will be the beneficiaries. The contract for the building of the storage shed has just been signed so the receipts from the evening will be put to immediate, effective use.

The fashions presented will be the latest arrivals for autumn, and with a wide selection of accessories available to purchase as well, everyone will be able to leave with a complete outfit or two for the new season. All that…and a glass of Prosecco as well… the bargain of the season!

For more details go to www.chameleonstyle.co.uk

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Cheshire Constabulary Band

Cheshire Constabulary Band – Friday 21st April 7:30pm – £10

The Band of the Cheshire Constabulary was formed in 1967 although it has its roots in the Stockport Borough Police Band of the 1950s. In its history the band has performed at many prestigious venues, including numerous civil occasions and has had the honour of playing at Royal events.

The band is primarily a concert band, and proud to be so. In 2008 the band returned to the contest stage after a long absence and has steadily risen up the ranks and has just reached the first section. In doing so it has qualifying for no less than four National Finals.

Our fine “Corps of Drums” has also flourished. In addition to leading the band on parades, it appears in its own right and is performs  over recent years and is constantly in demand both here and abroad performing in Ypres, Normandy and Leiden Holland.

The Band & Drums are extremely popular and are often fully booked 12 months in advance. Nowadays it consists of musicians from all walks of life, not just the Police and is very much representative of the wider community in Cheshire.

Since 2010 the band has spread its wings somewhat, undertaking three self funded visits to the European Brass Festival in Germany. Further more In October 2016 the band performed at the very first international music festival in Ellmau Austria and 2017 once e again will see a return visit to Germany.

The band has recorded two CDs both which are available on the night

Retired Inspector David Woollam, was appointed as Musical; Director in 2007. It was in many respects a return to his roots having been first played for the band as a teenager back in 1975. There is quite a family connection; his father John (who was also a Cheshire Police Officer and member of the band) introduced him to the band in 1975. 15 very happy years followed during which he met his future wife Rachel (who incidentally now plays Principal Cornet for the band).

An accomplished Euphonium player (in his day!) he was always a committed musician and he is extremely proud of the band and of his 40 year connection with Cheshire Constabulary.

The Band & Drums appear by kind permission of the Chief Constable Mr Simon Byrne.

More information can be found at www.cheshirepoliceband.co.uk  or visit our Facebook page under ” Band and drums of the Cheshire Constabulary”

 

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Civic Trust talks – September 2017 – March 2018

Regular talks given in the Edna Rose room, Tarvin Community Centre  – Monthly, Tuesdays at 8:00pm

Payment of a small fee can be made on the night or £15pa

civic trust

 2017

Tuesday 26th September    The Poulton Research Project – Kevin Cootes

Tuesday 24th October          Chester Celebrates – David Cummings

Tuesday 12th December      Rural Life – Britain on Film

 2018

Tuesday 16th January         Conservation Along the River – David Rowlands

Tuesday 13th February       Exploring Family History – David Guyton

Tuesday 27th March            AGM followed by ‘She’s Airborne. She Flies! – Concorde – Gordon Bartley

                                                                                          

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