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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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Tue 11 Jun 6:06am  |  hits: 996

John Wainwright has sent in this photo in reponse to the recent articles and discussion regarding parking issues in Audlem which illustrates the difficulties that can be caused by bad parking outside the Co-Op.You can see the article

Canal drained
Tue 11 Jun 6:08am  |  hits: 757

Each Spring, Canal & River Trust (CRT) advise of planned forthcoming canal closures for annual maintenance. I saw that they were intending to close the canal near Market Drayton in November and December, and in the Audlem area in January and December, with the canal only open throughout its length at that time for two weeks at Christmas. Recognising that this would deprive local traders of...

Dod Mess
Sun 16 Jun 6:09am  |  hits: 729

Dog Mess endangering Children's Health on Playing FieldHi,I am a coach with Audlem Saints football club and have to say that it is a real pleasure coaching these local kids, they really are coming on by leaps and bounds and are going from strength to strength.However this season more than most we are having real problems with dog owners letting their pets foul on the sports field. We...