By Audlem Webteam - 22nd July 2012 8:52am
We have received this email this morning from Tracy via ADAS, who are responsible for planting out many of the flower beds, troughs and hanging baskets in Audlem:
Tracy says: "I've just been for my morning jog and it appears someone has been pulling flowers from the tubs. Jinja Bakes cafe and the cooperative food store seem to have most disturbance.
"I cannot believe someone would be so senseless to do such a thing."
A sentiment we are sure all will agree with. If anybody saw what happened last night, could they please contact ADAS at firstname.lastname@example.org
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