By Webteam - 2nd September 2015 6:07am
Readers may have noticed a new Photo Gallery published today called Audlem Yesteryear.
It contrasts with the photos of Audlem today and provides a fascinating view of how Audlem was for our parents and grandparents.
The photos were kindly provided by Celia Bloor from the Audlem and District History society, and you will find many more in the Archive section.
The photos are inevitably not quite up to today's standard given the technology available at the time, nevertheless it provides a good insight into life over the last century
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