By Ralph Warburton of ADAS - 1st August 2012 7:02am
Whilst I was away on holiday early this month, I was contacted by a very caring resident of Audlem.
He asked if he could refurbish the bench ADAS had placed some years ago in Windmill Drive. We were delighted with this very kind offer.
The results are now to be seen with a truly magnificent new looking bench — the product of much labour on his part and carried out without fuss and fanfare.
It's a good place to rest in the Drive as you climb back from shopping in the village. Our very sincere thanks to him and a pleasure to report the good face of the village.
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