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This week's Market Drayton Advertiser and the Nantwich Guardian carry a wide range of Audlem stories. The Advertiser even leads its front page with a story about how Audlem bodies could be freeze-dried instead of cremated as part of a new eco-friendly policy (more on this tomorrow!); there are reports in both papers of a robbery involving computers at Buerton school and the Advertiser has a detailed story on the Copper Beech saga and the battle to save Buerton school. There are reports on the police crackdown on parking in the village centre and the opposition to two planning applications by the Parish Council.


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Village centre
Fri 10 Jul 6:10am  |  hits: 1,082

Audlem Medical Practice Update — 9.7.2020As we take the first tentative steps out of lockdown we would like to take the opportunity to thank all our patients who have supported each other and their vulnerable or shielding neighbours during this difficult time. We would also like to thank all of our staff who have helped us to remain open and continue to provide care through this most difficult...

Little Heath
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This interesting aerial photograph of Little Heath in the 1960's was sent in by Kevin Errington, who has recently moved.The photo was found in the house he has just moved into.Other old photos of Little Heath can be seen on the Audlem Archive site, by clicking here and entering "Little Heath" into the search...

Hankelow Green, July 2011
Sun 12 Jul 6:09am  |  hits: 891

Howard is member of ADAPT, and although he is the author of this article he would like to acknowledge the assistance of Andy Hannah, Chris Thornton, and Alan Draper.Veronica rang me the other morning. Brilliant photographer, heart of gold, bit of a rah-rah, used to keep horses when she lived up here, and followed the Hunt — you know the sort. Well, after we had visited her dentist together...