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Audlem Scouts and Guides will be collecting Christmas trees again this year.

If you would like your tree to be collected, all you need to do is leave it at the end of your drive along with £2.50 (or more if you wish!) in a poly bag, making cheques payable to Audlem Scout and Guide Hall.

Collections will be made this Saturday, 5th January, from 10.00am until 2.00pm.

In the unlikely event that you are missed, assuming you live in the Audlem area — please note, readers in Australia and selected other locations elsewhere outside the village — please call 07966 504099.

The Scout and Guide team ask you to tell your friends about this service — just in case they don't read AudlemOnline every day — and thank you for your support.

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