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A reminder that it is the monthly Audlem Parish Council meeting tonight, Monday 6th February.

The meeting is at Audlem St James' school and starts at 7.30pm. Proceedings start with a Public Forum when members of the public will be invited to speak before ordinary business commences.

Items on the agenda include a report on the Village Design Statement, a Proposal for the dedication of the Playing Field and an update on the seach for the Playing Field's missing goalposts — and possibly who moved them!

There will be a number of reports on the recently updated Village Design Statement on Audlem Online shortly. 

Please click on the link below the photo to read the Agenda for this evening's meeting.

 

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