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A reminder that the 43rd AGM of the Audlem District Amenities Society takes place this Thursday, 18th October.

At this meeting we will report on the past year's activities for the village and take questions, if any.

Then we will present the ADAS awards for Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year, Best  Garden of the Year and Best Commercial Enterprise.

This is a very relaxed and informal event which will be followed by wine and good humoured chatting. The time is 7.30pm and this year we meet at the Public Hall. 

We do hope you can come along and enjoy the hour or so. 

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