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Tulips in Audlem village centre, planted by ADAS

ADAS aims to enhance the community for all the residents of Audlem and the surrounding area.

This last weekend the tubs and hanging baskets have been put out around the village for our well known show of summer colour, and this Thursday we are holding a Fashion Show.

This event aims to entertain and provide some good value buying opportunities for the ladies of the village; and the fundraising enables us to keep the village looking so good.

Please come along and have fun whilst supporting the village.

Tickets from any committee members — our board is on the wall by the Kebab shop — or from the Post Office, Williams Newsagents or even on the door if there's space.

 

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