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The next Parish Council newsletter, under its new title of "Around Audlem", is due to be published in August.  This means that Editor, Kira Nicholls, is looking for contributions now.

If you have any news items covering village activities that you'd like to have included then do send them to Kira by 10 July at the latest.  If you can include a photo too, that would be great, but she can only deal with large file sizes — so please bear that in mind.

Kira can be contacted on 01270 812485, at newsletter@audlem.org" target="_blank">newsletter@audlem.org or you can submit a written piece in the box at Audlem Post Office.

 

 

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