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Do you know your confectionery? If so, why not enter the latest quiz that is being organised by the Audlem branch of the NSPCC? All you have to do is buy a copy of the quiz sheet — available from committee members or McKelvey's for £1 — and fill in the answers to the cryptic clues. All the clues relate to confectionery. For example, Clever Folk — and the answer is Smarties.

All entries need to be sent to the organiser: Michelle Perkin, Mere Farm, Woodhouse Lane, Audlem, Cheshire CW3 0DT before the closing date of 10th October. The winner will be notified by post and the prize is a big box of Thornton's chocolates.

Also, don't forget the NSPCC Family Treasure Hunt which starts at 2pm at the Scout & Guide Hall on Sunday 13th July. The treasure hunt has been designed for family groups walking within the village. The cost is £5 per family and refreshments will be available afterwards at the Scout & Guide Hall. For more information call 01270 811959.

 

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