Public Meeting on Thursday at 7pm

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Thursday September 6th

Public meeting in the Main Hall of Audlem Town Hall at 7.00pm on Thursday.

Please note the time of the meeting*

This is an opportunity for open discussion of the future use of the Green Lane Field, now that it has been successfully purchased on behalf of the community by the efforts of the Parish Council.

This is an important meeting — along with the playing field complex (whose transfer to Parish Council control should also be finalised soon), this constitutes an important step in the community being able to control its own assets.

Please do come to the meeting and help in the discussion and decision process.

*Ed — The time was incorrectly stated as 7.30pm on earlier versions on earlier versions of this article — apologies

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