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ralph

As I left the Farm Foods cafe, I went into the Oxtail & Trotter butchers shop . Bought me a sheet of bacon ribs that I boil and enjoy to the full- making very good soup from the stock. I can heartily recommend the ribs if you like a meaty dish.

And as I stood talking with Alan, I remarked to myself what a superb butcher he is , with a really splendid display as seen on my photo. He must have one of the very best butchers shops hereabouts. I also took his Christmas order form to mull over .

We are so well served with such a fine array of individual shops , run by such talented entrepreneurs . Covering more or less all our needs. I hope we will all continue to give each our best support and keep Audlem the best around.

With this honest opinion of my own , but hopefully shared with many others .

Ralph Warburton

Ed — This piece is necessarily a personal view from Ralph, but it very much reflects the views about the village shops and their contribution to Audlem life that were part of the original support objectives for AudlemOnline when it started over ten years ago. The current editorial team have provided and will continue to provide this support to the best of their ability

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