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Ed: We have received this message from Anne Walker. Is this of interest to Audlem History Society or the W.I If so please contact us and we will put you in touch with Anne

My parents and I lived at Lightwood Green for a number of years. My parents have sadly passed away but looking through some of the items my Mother had collected was The Audlem Scrap Book, dated 1951. The book has been compiled and made by the members of the Audlem Women's Institute. Buerton is included, as it is part of Audlem. It is a fascinating book with copies of old documents, photographs, and memories of the past.

I was wondering if you had a copy or would like this sending on to you. If you provide me with a name and address I will put it in the post in due course. I have been shielding since the 1st March.

Do not hesitate to ring me if you need any more information.

Thanking you.


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