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Thursday July 11th

A reminder that At 7.30pm on Thursday in Audlem Public Hall, there will be a Turnpike Field Open Meeting — everyone is invited to attend the meeting to hear how things are progressing.

Steve Boyes, Chair of the Parish Council, will provide an update on the field including the green car park and an initial summary of the very recent Cheshire Wildlife Trust (CWT) ecological survey.

He will also comment about the current plan for picnic areas as well as mentioning some recent requests that have been made, and approved, for public use of the field.

This is a great chance to find our what has been going on and also to have an informal chat with other members of the working group.

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