By Karen Lindsey - 6th October 2018 6:08am
Re Shroppie Fly.
If the building was for sale I would be minded to suggest yes to a community purchase/community pub like the White Lion. But at present it doesn't look like it is at threat of that yet.
I would personally like to see a change of management as I have never thought that it was an inviting pub to enter. Indeed it is a prime location.
The particulars seem to have missed a trick in associating it with Nantwich instead of the wonderful village of Audlem.
I look forward to the outcome of the auction.
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