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There are still copies of the July edition of the Shropshire Magazine available at Williams' newsagents.

It's well worth rushing to get a copy if you want to read one of the best articles about Audlem for many a year.

Writer Ben Bentley looks at the village and many of its residents and personalities in depth — there's five pages including no less than 27 photos to enjoy.

Ben clearly enjoyed his visit when he interviewed many on his tour of village attractions, shops, pubs and cafés. His camera was working overtime and there's many familiar faces to see too.

We won't give any more away at present while copies are available but if you love living in Audlem you will love this article.

The July issue of the Shropshire Magazine is £2.25 and on sale now.

 

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