By Pam Seddon - 4th January 2017 6:08am
Around Audlem- Spring 2017 Issue
It's that time again. The next Around Audlem newsletter is currently being put together and I am looking for contributions from residents.
This issue will cover highlights from the last three months plus events coming up in February, March and April 2017.So, if you have a story to share or an event coming up that you'd like to write a short report about or publicise it in the Diary Dates section, please drop me a line. Do include a photo if you have one.
All submissions should go to email@example.com by Monday 16 January 2017. Earlier would be very much appreciated to give me time to sift through the flood of items and, as ever, all contributions will be carefully considered. (Alternatively, you could leave something at Williams Newsagents for me to collect.)
Please send photos as separate attachments, not embedded in a Word document or email, and preferably nice large file sizes.
I look forward to receiving your contributions. If you have any queries please contact me by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Editor of Around Audlem
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