Focus Area Proposals for Audlem

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During the summer of 2008 Audlem's residents (including the schoolchildren) and visitors were consulted about what should be on offer in our area of the Weaver Valley Regional Park. As you will be aware, Audlem is the southern gateway to the regional park which stretches from Audlem in the south to Frodsham in the north.

The consultation exercise is now complete and a report has been received by Audlem Parish Council entitled "Weaver Valley Regional Park — Focus Area Proposals for Audlem — Final Report." To read this report click here.

The report contains many exciting proposals and members of the Parish Council would be very interested to hear what people think of these proposals and the report in general. Please send your comments directly to the Clerk, Mrs Jean White at parishclerk.jw@googlemail.com">parishclerk.jw@googlemail.com by the end of January.

 

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