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Tired of the crowds in Chester, Hanley, Shrewsbury, Nantwich and Crewe? Then shop locally for last minute gifts. The stocking filler of the year is the Audlem tea towel, featuring 15 of Audlem's historical buildings painted by the late Roger Pearce. It's on sale at £3.95 at Williams' newsagents and has already been snapped up in large quantities. There's a wide range of other gift ideas as well including toys, cards, local books and guides.

You can avoid appointing a nominated driver by drinking and eating locally. The Shroppie Fly and The Bridge are both excellent pubs and walking back through the beautifully lit village only adds to a great night out.

 

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