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Local business Audlem Boat Company have been providing boat care to loyal customers from their workshop at Overwater Marina since it opened in 2010.

However an exciting change for the company will mean that as from today, 1st May, Adrian, George and Sue will be casting off from their old base and sailing into an independent, mobile and more flexible future.

This new beginning means that not only will they still be able to offer their high quality marine services locally but now also to new customers in other parts of the canal system and all at even better value for money.

The name remains the same and they can still be found afloat in Audlem. After all Audlem is not only the cultural centre of the North West and perhaps the universe, it is, of course, also the best place to live and work.

They can be contacted on info@audlemboatcompany.co.uk or 07772386798 or 07545 262511

 

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