Ambulance Service invited to next Community Action Meeting

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Regular readers will know that two very serious emergency calls by Audlem residents in the past few weeks have taken an hour or more for the ambulance to arrive. PC Ken Maple has written to Audlem Online to say: "On the subject of ambulance response times, I have recently written to the ambulance service and invited them to send a representative to the next Community Action Meeting which is to be held at St James' School on Wednesday the 7th of February at 7.00pm. I have had an initial response to my request and I'm now waiting to hear whether someone will be willing to attend. I will advise you of the result when I know it."


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