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Please see the very first community newsletter designed by the Nantwich community volunteers

Community Volunteers

I hope you agree this is a great job — this is the place to make your announcements, promote what you do, tell us about your volunteer achievements, share your dates for diaries, shout about good news, celebration stories and new partnerships, tell us how businesses are supporting the recovery and community, or offer opportunities to get involved in new projects, plus this is the spot for rural village news too we want this newsletter to improve connections...........please feel free to share this far and wide

August edition

For August articles please do send them in to me by the 14th August.



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Retirement of Ann Bowles from Audlem Charity ShopHaving worked in the shop for 22 years, 19 of those as Chair, Ann has decided it's time to retire.She has worked tirelessly to raise thousands of pounds for our local charities, supported by very enthusiastic volunteers.She has helped to raise the profile of the shop, making it now, a respected and very well supported part of the...

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Apartment One AudlemWe are delighted to now have a number of 5* Airbnb reviews after a busy start to our apartment lettings at the courtyard at Number 11. Apartment One is a newly refurbished, two bedroom, interior designed first floor apartment in the heart of the village.We have welcomed a number of guests to the apartment who have all commented on how lovely Audlem is and how much they...

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End of the Road!The way humans hunt, eagle eyed for parking spaces and the way animals hunt for food are not as different as you might think. Both are foraging for the best on offer, regardless of risk, within limited familiar confines, ignoring the audacity of any law that paints yellow lines on many of its most desirable food collecting areas.The yellow lines outside the Coop are a beacon...