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Over the past week, the daily images on Audlem Online have focused on local retail businesses, new and well established, in Audlem village centre.

All eyes will be on these establishments this Thursday evening with the late night Christmas shopping event — see yesterday's news story from Judy Benson.

The number of businesses now listed in the 'Organisations' section of the website has also been expanding in recent weeks. As well as the new retail businesses such as The Flower Company, Audlem Dry Cleaners, AudlemCycleSport and Chester's hairdressers, we have been delighted to add local artist Annabel Thornton and Business Coach Jean Stainthorpe of JMS Coaching.

The Organisations/Businesses section of Audlem Online is well worth exploring and now features a huge range of local enterprises. It's broken down into ten subsections:

  • Agricultural Services
  • Business Services
  • Food and Drink
  • Hair, Beauty and Fitness
  • Home Services
  • Pet Services
  • Retirement Homes
  • Shops
  • Trades
  • Transport
Each section includes details of many businesses and whatever you are looking for, it's a sensible way to start your search.

The Organisations section also includes details of local Charities, Churches, Clubs and Societies, Community organisations and services and Sports clubs in the area.

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