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Ed — Some early versions of this article appeared with the wrong ticket price — sorry!

What more could you ask on a sunny Summer Sunday in an idyllic country location by the Canal, then an afternoon cream tea with Pimms, and all in support of St James' Church Building Appeal?

2pm Sunday August 18th

Tickets £7.50, under 12s free

Tickets available from Williams' Newsagents or from Frank Shenton (01270 812432).


Kynlock, the home of Peter and Pam Seaton, lies to the south of Audlem and is approached via A529 Green Lane; then turning left into Bagley Lane and continuing over the canal bridge before taking a right turn into Kynsal Farm driveway.

Alternatively, it can be accessed via Hardy's Lane, Cox Bank continuing over the canal bridge adjacent to Lock 1 OR if the weather is good it is about 1 mile walk south along the canal to Lock 1 where you will find Kynlock.

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