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Tonight at 7.30, ARS, the Audlem Ramblers Society, will be holding its first ever Annual General Meeting at the Lord Combermere where, as well as conducting the official business, there will be a convivial hotpot supper.

In addition, a cheque for £2194.00 will be presented to the Air Ambulance after ARS members and many others in the area raised funds at a ceilidh in November while those on walks have also been contributing to the fund over recent months. The cheque will be presented to Ivan Burgess, a paramedic based at Tatenhill Airfield, near Burton on Trent (the home of the air ambulance for Staffordshire) who will also be describing the service they provide.

Regular readers will recall that the fund raising began after one of their number, Kate Down, had to be rescued by helicopter from a remote spot in the Peak District after breaking a leg on an ARS hike.

 

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