A PLAN to improve a village near Chester has completed its consultation process at a fun pub day.
Residents of Tarvin gathered at the George and Dragon for a celebratory raffle draw after the parish plan survey was delivered to more than 1,200 homes.
The plan is being designed with the help of Tarvin’s residents to improve village life and bring about changes for the benefit of future generations.
Bishop Alan Chesters, chairman of the Parish Plan steering committee, said: “Tarvin is a thriving village with many groups and associations but there may be issues affecting residents that need highlighting and that residents, acting together, can tackle.
“We are delighted with the response to the questionnaire. Nearly a third of households have given us their views, an exceptional number for such surveys, and we thank everyone for their efforts.”
At the fun pub day, Rita Slater of Tarporley Road, won the £100 meal voucher at the George.
The vice chairman of the steering committee, Phil Miles, said: “The Parish Plan has got off to a splendid start. More than two dozen extra people have volunteered to help the committee carry the initiative forward so we are very confident.”