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Contributions wanted for Around Audlem February 2020 Issue

Contributions are requested for the next issue of Around Audlem by the deadline of Friday 10 January 2020.

This issue will cover highlights from the last three months plus events coming up in February, March and April and will be distributed in early February.

Please submit a short report about your story or upcoming event.

If you would like something to be included in the "Diary Dates" section please supply some details.

Photos should be sent as separate attachments, not embedded in a Word document or email.

Send your contributions to the email aroundaudlemnewsletter@gmail.com or phone 01270 811499 if you only have a hard copy of your news item.

I look forward to receiving your contributions.

If you have any queries please contact me.

Jennifer Cope

Editor of Around Audlem

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