By Audlem Webteam - 23rd February 2012 7:06am
Regular readers will have seen our story yesterday about the problems residents have because of their flooded road in and out of Coxbank.
In an effort to help — and possibly encourage the council to fix the problem speedily — Audlem Online will be publishing a series of helpful hints about how to get out of Coxbank to work, shop, have a drink, go to school (not necessarily in that order) and see the outside world.
Audlem Online's surfing correspondent says it's best to wait until just after a car has driven through the lake and then try to ride the crest of the resulting wave, as demonstrated so professionally in the photo.
Another helpful hint tomorrow.
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