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10 November 2010 Budget Report

Come to Audlem Mill during Late Night Shopping on Thursday 29th November for your Christmas shopping. 

We're not just a canal oriented shop — we have a wonderful selection of unusual and special gifts for everyone, as well as lots of inexpensive stocking fillers. 

There's also all sorts of needlework — kits, threads, fabrics etc., including a fantastic selection of Rowandean, goldwork, embroidery, cross stitch, blackwork, crewel work, beading etc. 

We also have beautifully packaged felting kits from Gilliangladrag, and our own knitted teddy bear kits. 

Exclusive Audlem gifts include table mats, mugs, preserves and marmalades, Christmas cards (two designs of the canal wharf), and the book of drawings by Audlem artist Sheila M Webster of boats at the Festival of Transport — "A Sketch of Time". 

Why not give someone special a place on one of our one day courses?  Details are at www.audlemmill.co.uk, or in the leaflet available at Audlem Mill.

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