By Audlem Webteam - 7th July 2012 7:00am
With the mainstream media full of depressing news about the Eurocrisis, bankers seemingly out of control and lousy summer weather, maybe a narrow boat passing through Audlem has the right approach to life.
'Don't Panic' first and foremost but we also liked 'Res severa est verum gaudium' or, 'True Joy is a Serious Thing'.
Our thanks to Ceri Parsons for the photo. She took a series of shots on a walk last month along the canal — some of which are now in the Summer Gallery — and, naturally, entitled her album of that day: 'True Joy is a Serious Thing'.
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