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Over the next few weeks, members of the ADAS committee will be delivering our annual appeal for subscriptions to each and every house in Audlem, Buerton, Cox Bank and Lightwood Green.

This year will see an innovation in the form of an ADAS Membership booklet which we do hope you find of interest.

This tells of just what we in ADAS do for the Village and the District and gives an outline of some of our long history in serving the community.

As you may recall, all funding by Cheshire East Council has been stopped — so we are even more in need of your help in order that we may carry out all the labours we undertake as a dedicated band of willing and tireless volunteers.

Please let us know what you think of the new approach — and do please give us your support.

Ralph Warburton-  Vice Chairman ADAS. 

 

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