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Carolyn Robinson on Lord C and quiz

24th November 2022 @ 11:34am

Welcome back Ralph to the quiz at Lord C. Getting lots of teams there and a great atmosphere. New managers and staff are also doing a great job in the pub. From Sitting Ducks.

Billy Gibbons on Hankelow Shop

24th November 2022 @ 7:55am

In case you're all wondering and having sleepless nights about it, and I'm going to take an educated guess and're not ;-) ....It was inbetween the Garage and the Pub.

My 'quizzes' are going down about as well as me singing in Audlem. I knew I should have stuck to Formation Cross Stitch! Having said that; I've never even started Formation Cross Stitch let alone stuck to it.....time to get me needles out I reckon....

Elizabeth on Roofer

23rd November 2022 @ 10:03pm

Thanks everyone. What a nice chap Anthony Jess is

Nayomi Brown on Concern For Kids

23rd November 2022 @ 12:13pm

I've recently heard the same from a worried parent who thankfully, won't be allowing their child to play. Hopefully others follow suit and those pushing this decide to re-educate themselves!

Chris Whalley on Green Lane flooding

23rd November 2022 @ 9:29am

Heavily flooded this morning (23/11/2022) as is Corbrook.

Thomas Firth on Tree lopping

22nd November 2022 @ 10:57pm

Can anyone please recommend a local tree lopper?

colin cliffe on Leather Restorer

22nd November 2022 @ 5:03pm

Hi Kim Many years ago I restored a very faded leather chair with Furniture Clinic leather restoration balm, it was very easy to do and very effective, I believe it is still readily available online.

Nigel Mottershead on Roofer

22nd November 2022 @ 11:44am

Hi Elisabeth,
For a roofer, I have used and can recommend Anthony Jess from Shavington.
Excellent work and a nice chap and reliable.
His number is 07913 533 859

Hope this helps,

Billy Gibbons on Hankelow Shop

22nd November 2022 @ 8:54am

Went down 'Memory Lane' (or, perhaps in my case..Forgettory Lane) last night with a couple of ex Audlem residents and Hankelow was mentioned. I asked them to tell me where a shop used to be and of course they said Mr's Timmis' Shop at the start of Longhill Lane. I said there was another shop in Hankelow (probably after Mrs Timmis closed her shop) and neither could remember it or where it was. Excluding the Petrol Station; does anyone remember where the shop was or, have I dreamed it? P.S. I know where I think it was...just need someone to tell me they remember it as well or for me to stop eating cheese before I go to bed.

Annie Taylor on Kids ear piercing

21st November 2022 @ 8:11pm

Madison Spa in Nantwich are good.

Terry Aston on Roofer

21st November 2022 @ 5:46pm

Anthony Jess – recommended by many

Si Roberts on Concern For Kids

21st November 2022 @ 5:41pm

Absolutely flabbergasted to learn this weekend that a 'coach' from Audlem Saints FC is organising a competitive game for some of their CHILDREN that will be against FULLY GROWN ADULTS. Aren't these 'coaches' supposed to hold some sort of child welfare certificates for their roles? Times aren't what they used to be but there are measures in place these days for a reason. Safeguarding of our local kids can't be compromised

Kim Jessup on Leather Restorer

21st November 2022 @ 5:00pm

Can anyone recommend A LEATHER restorer please. Have a leather sofa that has been bleached by the sun!

Elizabeth Hollinshead on Roofer

21st November 2022 @ 12:16pm

Could anyone recommend a local roofer please? I know this has been asked before but I didnt need one at the time

Stewart rose on Village Christmas trees

21st November 2022 @ 2:13am

I myself and I'm sure many of you are all gravely concerned about the climate emergency that we face. With that in mind can it really be right to chop carbon catching oxygen producing trees down then cover them in plastic covered lights ran of electric produced with fossil fuels for no other benefit than looking pretty. We must understand we are at a critical stage with saving our planet maybe we should be more concerned about that then a pretty but dead tree in the village

PAU RUN AND RIDE AUDLEM (Mathew Capper) on Couch to 5K January

19th November 2022 @ 12:16pm

With the current Couch to 5k graduation just two weeks away, We are putting the feelers out there to see if there would be enough demand to run another 10 week course starting on January the 7th every Saturday morning at 9:45AM.

If there is a positive response I can get the application in ASAP to use turnpike field again.

Please contact me via or call the shop to let us know your interest.

Again the course will be £10 for the 10 weeks and all funds going to a local charity.

Thank you kindly.

Carina Roos on Recruitment

18th November 2022 @ 1:58pm

ABC Childcare Services, on the grounds of Audlem St James (CoE) School are excited to announce that we will be having a recruitment evening on Thursday the 24th of November at 6:15pm.
If you, or anyone you know wants to come along, meet the team and have us answer any of your recruitment questions, please do come along.

We look forward to seeing you there.

Terry Aston on St Luke's Firewalk

18th November 2022 @ 1:40pm

First I'd like to wish Ralph a speedy recovery and return to front line duties
Secondly, it very decent of Ralph to offer to return people's pledges, but I hope they choose to donate the cash anyway.
Some people may not be aware that hospices only get around 10% of their funding from the government – the rest they have to generate themselves through fundraising.
It's also not commonly understood they do much more than provide end of life care. During my wife's journey with Motor Neurone Disease St Luke's provided vital support to us both, including complimentary therapies, carer support and respite care. They continue to support me after my wife's passing with bereavement support.
The staff and volunteers there are superb but times are tight for them, so please do what you can to support them.

Rachel Bailey on Airband in Audlem

16th November 2022 @ 3:51pm

Good News! Airband have emailed both me and Audlem PC suggesting a virtual meeting to discuss the works that Airband are carrying out in Audlem and the clarification required with the delivery of the fibre.

Please forward any questions/concerns; I am hopeful the meeting will be before the end of November.

marcia ellinson on aerial repair needed

16th November 2022 @ 1:59pm

thank you judy will ring him xx

Helen Measures on To whom it may concern...

16th November 2022 @ 12:50pm

Don't forget animals other than dogs will probably be relieving themselves in Turnpike Field.
A number of years ago someone in the village began spray painting poo on roads with the message "pick it up". Unfortunately on more than one occasion the offending offering was fox poo.

Billy Gibbons on How they change

16th November 2022 @ 9:47am

I think I might have got the answer to Colins puzzle but, I don't want to spoil it for other people so; Colin. I wish they would change.....location, that is! ;-)

Judy Evans on aerial repair needed

16th November 2022 @ 9:18am

I recommend Tim at Astro Aerials – 07751 041156. Reliable, tidy and not too heavy with the pen !

Adriana Roscoe on To whom it may concern...

16th November 2022 @ 8:05am

Judy is right: there are people who believe it is perfectly acceptable to let their dogs poo in Turnpike because 'it's a field '. I watched a family group the other day nonchalantly walking by as their dog relieved itself. Naturally, I (politely, I thought) drew their attention to this but they thought I was being rude. Note to self: improve dog-poo warden skills.

Chris Whalley on Green Lane flooding

16th November 2022 @ 7:37am

It was certainly flooded yesterday (15/11/2022) in the usual place i.e., the old railway bridge.

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