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Many thanks to Joe Hoyle and others who sent us this message:

The Lease for the Shroppie Fly is being sold at auction for Punch Taverns on the 16th October by Allsops Auctioneers in London.

The building is such an iconic part of Audlem and is known far and wide. Should it be a community pub for Audlem?! I will be interested to hear your views.

Copy and paste this link into your browser to go to the website
https://www.auction.co.uk/commercial/LotDetails.asp?A=1057&MP=24&ID=1057000086&S=L&O=A

Ed: The Shroppie Fly is in a prime location at Audlem but has never seemed to achieve it's full potential in recent years. AOL webteam would also be interested in your views on what future it should have.

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