Audlem 2012 Leaflet

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The 2012 Audlem Leaflet featuring this year's Events, five walks with maps, details and a map of the village's shops and amenities, will be ready for distribution this week.

This year's leaflet has been funded by Graham Tresidder, Funeral Directors, to commemorate their 10th year in business in the village.

With 12-pages in all — just three pages are in our photograph — there's a wide range of information about Audlem and its events and attractions.

The leaflet was produced by the Audlem Parish Plan team and includes photography by many local residents and visitors as well as walks maps drawn by Chris Elliott.

The leaflets, which are being printed by Delmar Printers of Nantwich, will be distributed to Tourist Information Centres, local businesses and handed to those interested on the canal by the British Waterways volunteers. 

 

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