Fabulous Audlem article

Home » Newsroom » Latest News » Fabulous Audlem article
Audlem view from Church tower

There are still copies of the July edition of the Shropshire Magazine available at Williams' newsagents.

It's well worth rushing to get a copy if you want to read one of the best articles about Audlem for many a year.

Writer Ben Bentley looks at the village and many of its residents and personalities in depth — there's five pages including no less than 27 photos to enjoy.

Ben clearly enjoyed his visit when he interviewed many on his tour of village attractions, shops, pubs and cafés. His camera was working overtime and there's many familiar faces to see too.

We won't give any more away at present while copies are available but if you love living in Audlem you will love this article.

The July issue of the Shropshire Magazine is £2.25 and on sale now.

 

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

Brookfield
Thu 12 Oct 6:09am  |  hits: 1,851

Civitas Planning Limited, a planning consultancy company, have submitted a planning application to Cheshire East Council to convert the Brookfield Golf Club into a large domestic dwelling with four bedrooms with en-suites and dressing rooms on the upper floor and kitchen / dining area and lounge on the lower floor.Extensions to the building are proposed to accommodate the new internal layout...

parking_firestation
Sat 14 Oct 6:03am  |  hits: 1,263

We've had a message sent in by a local resident — they have provided their name — regarding their concerns about vehicles parking in the centre of Audlem:Parking in the village is difficult as we all know and will get worse with the forthcoming new houses.However, there are an increasing number of people who park across and in the entrance to the Fire Station when visiting the Co-Op and...

doddington_plans
Sat 14 Oct 6:07am  |  hits: 859

Permission to build 102 houses on land belonging to the Doddington Estate has been refused by Cheshire East.The decision considers that "the positive planning benefits for the conservation of the heritage assets does not outweigh the harm that would be caused by the proposed residential development in the open countryside and by the lack of social/community benefits to be provided by the...