By Celia Bloor - 28th December 2011 7:09am
If you are looking for something to spend your Christmas money on, why not try a copy of 'A History of Mills in Audlem' by two well respected Audlem historians (now deceased), Charles Marshall and Gordon Meredith.
Much of what they recorded will have disappeared 30 years on but we are lucky to have copies of their account.
It is for sale in the Canal Shop for £5 or may be ordered from Celia Bloor (telephone 811260) or any other History Society committee member.
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