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As Eric says well done Second XI. No need to feel disgraced First XI. Perhaps you could provide, or persuade someone to provide, more up-to-date match reports Eric.
Well done the Second XI. Better luck next year for the first XI and perhaps a few more Up to Date match reports!
Good idea Web Team for building a broadband survey page. However, is it worth promoting this section, I only found it by chance...
Editor's comment: Good point — We will be running a story to publicise the idea some time in the next couple of days.
GOOD LUCK to Audlem CC first XI today playing away today at Ellesmere Port CC. A win will secure promotion to Division 1 and if Glazebury fail to win they will finish as Division 2 Winners!
But areas outside the 'Village' arenít placed on the lists of areas covered by your questionnaire, that is what I'm trying to say! So Village outsiders don't really matter, hey?
Editor's comment: Point taken! — we will add Coxbank and other outlying colonies to the list
Just donated a TV we had surplus to requirements to the wanted add placed last week also sold a mobile phone. What a brilliant service ABUY is and a great addition to the website.All we need know is a photograph facility to the ads if it's possible.
Editor's comment: The response to the new buy/sell feature has been much more enthusiatic than we expected — we are considering how to improve the presentation of the entries, including adding photographs to the items.
I have just made my first "placement" — "Free to a good home" — what a great service — well done Audlem Online!
Broad band speeds. Yet another centralised approach!
Editor's comment: We've had reports from all over about a problem and by getting the info from round and about might be able to do something about it — who knows.
Just in case the guys mentioned already don't do oil (don't know whether they do or not) there is a really good oil heating engineer who is originally from Audlem. His name is Richard Brown and his no is 07748 188321.
If you click on Organisations then Businesses then trades you will find the 2 plumbers Pete Webb and Dale Booth both well known local men.
PH Jones service our boiler and provide a good service. Not cheap particularly but efficient and, we think, good value for money.
Following the success of my enquiry regarding hedge cutting,is there anyone local who sevices oil central heating boilers?Also,is there anybody who is registered to connect gas.I think it is called gas safe now,not corgi!Thank you.
We would like to thank the lovely people of Audlem, who helped re-unite us with our owners. You have a wonderful close and extremely helpful community. Keep up the good work. Thanks again. Ady and Julie.
Come along to the table top sale at Audlem Public Hall on Saturday 18th September and visit Chloe's 'Fashion Smashion' Sale stall! Lots of brand new and used gorgeous clothes, shoes, acsessories & bags for sale. Topshop, River Island, H&M, New Look, Diesel, Miss Sixty and lots lots more! Come along and grab yourself a bargain! Time: 9am till 2pm.
I'm not sure what size the Bridgemere plots will be but Dahlia will be charging between £60 and £80 per year for a standard plot and about £40 for a half plot. This is slightly higher than the national or local average but a more realistic amount than the 50p per week that many long established sites struggle with. The Dahlia site will be entirely self financing and access will not be governed by retail opening times!
I know dog fouling is a problem but cats are also a big problem digging in the border and putting my garden trowel straight into it. Makes me very angry as I don't have a cat and never will — disgusting!
Whilst it may be deliberately extreme, I think many would agree with the sentiments expressed in against the grain's 'ridiculous' comment. Unless, of course, you are one of those many members of our society who think that dogs are much more important than children; hence the highlighted many instances recently of children suffering at the paws of dogs either through attack or disease. There are far too many irresponsible dog owners in England and several of them live locally.