By ADAS Committee - 2nd September 2015 6:08am
Each year Audlem District Amenities Society (ADAS) relies on the generosity of the villagers to contribute towards the annual planting displays and the Christmas displays that adorn our beautiful village.
ADAS does this through its annual envelope drop. Each household will have received a colourful envelope containing a small pamphlet outlining success achieved during 2014 and plans for the current year, in addition we asked if you could make a small contribution in order that we can maintain our status as one of the region's best kept villages by enclosing some money in the envelope.
It has been brought to our attention this year that there has been a printing error and it has not been made clear what you do with the envelope if you have decided to make a contribution!
So, if you still have the envelope and you wish to make a donation you can either hand it to a member of ADAS, or drop the envelope off at Williams' Newsagents or at the Post Office.
We thank you very much for your generosity and understanding and hope to see you soon at one of the events that we have planned during the last few months of 2015.
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