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The next huge event is coming up on Sunday 24th June at the Overwater Marina — Safety Afloat. All proceeds will go to the RNLI.

As you can see from the poster — click on either section to enlarge — there's entertainment for all. A great list of activities and it even ends with: "Plus Loads More."

It all kicks off at 10.00am, and it will include the opening of a new bridge across the entrance to the marina, perhaps a model for one across the canal near the marina some day in the future!

There are safety demonstrations in the water and the RAF helicopter will also be on site, plus a chance to meet a lifeguard and police divers.

The list of events that day seems to be growing all the time and it should make a great day out for all the family.

There's a serious side too — you could learn to save a life. There will be free First Aid and CPR seminars. Audlem First Responders will be there too so you can learn more about their vital work in the area.

Make a note of the date — just a week away. It has all the makings of another memorable local event — and just a mile north of Audlem.

 

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