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Good day AudlemOn Line.

Please find below the details of the next C & R T Audlem Volunteer Lock Keepers task force day.

The next Canal & River Trust Volunteer Task Force Day is due to take place on Saturday 11th November at 10:00.
We meet outside of our covered accommodation adjacent to the entrance to the Audlem Mill Shop.

This month the team intend to complete the redressing of the canal tow path between locks 12 to 11.
As normal the Audlem Volunteer Lock Keepers / Lock Rangers look forward to welcoming any new faces who wish to take part in this activity.

A pre working safety brief will be given to explain the days programme of work by our team leader Angela Barnett, a full time employee with C & RT.

Please wear suitable safety footwear, hi- vis safety tabards and other work equipment will be supplied by C & R T.

We look forward to you joining us to assist in this extremely rewarding task.

Derek Jones.
Volunteer Lock Keeper / Lock Ranger.

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