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Audlem Parish Council is eager to hear from anyone who has a suitable level patch of land which could be used for allotments. The land would need to available on lease for 14 years and agreements with the prospective allotment holders would prevent the growth of a shanty town.

Around 20 people have come forward saying they would like to have an allotment which indicates a very significant demand. So, if you have some suitable land, do let a parish councillor know.

 

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