By Audlem Webteam - 13th April 2012 7:05am
Mystery surrounds the Scout & Guide Hall after it was found that all four of the hall's teapots have disappeared.
It must have been devastating for Audlem WI who, at their regular meeting, went to make the tea — only to find the vital pots had gone walkies!
Rod Cottrell, who has reported their disappearance to Audlem Online, says: "It looks like there's a tea pot tinkerator around" while wife Christine suggests a search gets underway immediately for the 'tealeaf' that's caused havoc to the WI's refreshments.
Or could there be an innocent explanation, we wonder. The Hall Committee are now searching high and low for any other reason why the pots should mysteriously vanish.
If you find a stash anywhere locally - they are described as standard aluminium gallon teapots — please call Rod or Christine on 811454.
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