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Village vandalism strikes again

5th August 2007 @ 5:05pm – by Audlem Webteam
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A number of vandalism issues have been reported to Audlem Online this weekend. Firstly the Tennis Club reports: "We have had a number of unauthorised entries into the Tennis Club House and enclosure which has resulted in some damage, broken bottles and missing keys. If anyone has any information or observes individuals acting suspiciously around the tennis club/courts, please contact the police or a member of the Tennis Club. The committee's names are on the notice board at the side of Tennis Club house."

Another correspondent from ADAS writes: "I have just found 2 union jack flags on poles in the hedge by the road at the bottom of my garden from our glorious village displays, obviously taken by the local yobs some time previously. I will return them to whichever premises they are from if anyone knows which ones they are." If you are missing two flags and poles, please let the webteam know and we will pass on the information.

Finally, another correspondent has posted a new Forum subject on Audlem Online. He says: "Summer seems to have finally arrived and with it comes the drink related fighting and unruly behaviour causing upset and distress for many people in the village and tarnishing the otherwise pristine image of Audlem."

"This is being caused solely and repeatedly by the same two to three people who are already well known to the police. I for one believe it is high time that at least one of these individuals is removed from the proximity of alcohol which he is patently unable to handle responsibly."

Click on Forum on the top horizontal bar and you can add your comments to the discussion titled "Flies in the ointment."


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