By Audlem Webteam - 11th February 2006 8:19am
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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Margaret Wright Thornton passed away peacefully at home in Audlem on Saturday 10th August 2019 aged 87 years. Margaret Wright, beloved wife of Michael and a dearly loved mother and grandmother. Service of celebration at St James the Great Church, Audlem on Thursday 29th August 2019, at 1.00pm. Family flowers only please, donations to St James Church Restoration Fund and Audlem Charity...
Pete originally submitted this article to a national newspaper, but realising that he will reach a more appreciative, intelligent and responsible readership through AudlemOnline, he has allowed us to publish it here.Professor Frances Corner OBE, head of London college of Fashion and reputedly a vegan, has, upon taking up her new post at Goldsmiths, taken the decision to ban the consumption of...
Cheshire East invites public comment on the next phase of the Local PlanThe draft site allocations and development policies document (SADPD), which forms the second part of the council's Local Plan, once finalised, will complete the approved framework for housing, employment and other key infrastructure up to 2030.The document sets out detailed planning policies to guide decisions on...
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