Annual Village Meeting

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Tomorrow evening, Wednesday, it's the Annual Village Meeting — but with a different format. Rather than formal presentations, Audlem Parish Council invites you to an informal Wine & Cheese Evening on Wednesday 4th March at 7.30 pm in Audlem Public Hall.

As well as enjoying the wine and cheese, there's an opportunity to talk to Parish Councillors; to members of the Parish Plan Group; to representatives of the newly formed Allotments Association; the 5As will be there as will Dave Hulse of Nantwich Dial-A-Ride and Inspector Bob Hassall of the Nantwich Policing Unit.

Come along — there won't be any presentations... you can ask questions personally...put your point of view...make suggestions about the things that matter to you and your family.

All residents are welcome and the Parish Council very much hopes you will join them for what should be an entertaining, sociable and informative evening.

 

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