By Ani Sutton (CRT) - 5th September 2017 6:09am
As part of the Destination Management & Action plan for Audlem it was agreed that an audit would be undertaken to consider the accessibility of the area, including the canal and towpath, for visitors coming to Audlem.
This piece of work has started, & Phil Chambers is a very experienced consultant who is undertaking this audit on our behalf. As part of the process, it would be really helpful for community members to share with him any ideas, concerns, suggestions that can be included in the end report as part of the audit.
Thursday, September 7th
To gather this information, a community 'drop-in' has kindly been organised with local support, and will take place with Phil on: Thursday 7th September at The Lord Combermere pub in Audlem between 2pm-3.30pm.
We would really like to welcome anyone and everyone to get involved and share their thoughts.
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