By Roland Hall - 3rd October 2012 7:04am
Audlem is fortunate with its range of food and drink establishments and I would just like to recommend a special evening we had at The Jinja Bake Café.
This was transformed into a Bistro, complete with flags and music for a private party. We chose the menu in advance and the food and service were superb, enhanced by the unique ambience that had been created.
The bonus was that we provided our own drink so we had a wonderful evening that was tremendous value for money.
Contact Janis at Jinja Bakes for details.
popular recent storiesAlso in the news
Audlem Parish Council is pleased to report that the planning application to demolish part of and convert the existing barn at Ivy Cottage and to build five detached properties in open countryside in the area bounded by Woore Road and Mount Pleasant has been refused.Part of the land is in the Salford and Woore Road Conservation Area with the rest being adjacent to it.The Parish Council and a...
ADAS NEWSThere will be a Choral Evening in St James Church on Saturday 7th October starting at 7pm.A wide selection of music will be performed by Audlem Voices and Stapeley Broad Lane School Choir.Tickets cost £7.50 ( includes a glass of wine and nibbles) and can be purchased from Williams, Flower Divas or Committee...
Congratulations are in order today (25th September) for Derek & Megan McKelvey who are celebrating their Diamond (60th) Wedding Anniversay.Derek and Megan successfully ran Williams Newsagents for an equally impressive 50+ years, a business that was started by Megan's great grandfather, Eli Williams. Megan was Audlem born & bred. Derek on the other hand, grew up in war damaged Salford...
Meet in Audlem Car Park at 9.30am
Audlem Methodist Church
Audlem Public Hall