Would you like Fresh Fish in Audlem?

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AudlemOnline recently received this email and would welcome views from our readers on whether this would be a welcome addition to our village or would it compete with established businesses?

My name is Mathew Clark and I'm the proprietor of OCEANWAVE of CHESHIRE which is a mobile fresh fish and seafood service.

I cover pretty much all of Cheshire and Chester and had been advised that Audlem doesn't have a fresh fish outlet and that my service would potentially be of interest in the village. Basically I hand pick all of my produce at Fleetwood quayside and then visit villages and stop in a handy location for a couple of hours to allow the locals to take advantage of fantastic fresh fish.

Any feedback would be absolutely amazing

Kind regards




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