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Summer Issue 2015

Have you a story you'd like to share about recent events in Audlem & District or is there something coming up that you'd like to publicise? Then why not send the dates and details — and a photo if you have one — to our quarterly newsletter, Around Audlem?

The summer issue will be distributed during the first week in August. It will cover highlights from the last three months plus events coming up in August, September and October.

Please don't forget to include all the relevant information in your story. For example, do say if it's an annual event or your most important fund-raiser of the year.

A photo will greatly help the chances of your story being included. We need large photo files to print and please send them as separate email attachments, not embedded in a Word document.

Deadline July 15th

This time, please send your contribution, by Wednesday 15 July 2015, to me, Pam Seddon, at aroundaudlem@gmail.com . (Kira Nicholls, who normally edits the newsletter is unavailable at the moment so I am editing this edition.) Alternatively, you could leave it at the Post Office. All contributions will be gratefully received.

Please do get in touch, at the email above or on 01270 811282, if you have any queries. As ever, a big thank you goes to those who have already sent in a story.

Acting editor, Around Audlem

Pam Seddon

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