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Why not check out the Forum section of Audlem Online where many local issues are debated and you can have your say.

A new issue and very topical question has been raised by Andrew McClintock yesterday. He asks: "Why have the goalposts moved?" He goes on to say: "

Why on earth every year are the goal posts taken down on the park just before the kids' summer hols, therefore taking away something they could be doing rather than getting into mischief."

If you would like to contribute, click on 'Forum' on the top bar and then on the bold topic title. You can add your comment and, if you wish, also raise an issue you would like to debate — although the webteam does use discretion with some of the items and comments raised for the sake of 'local harmony'!

The Audlem Online webteam is meeting today and, amongst other things, will be considering what the next Vote Poll should be. The current poll asking: "Do you think it's important for Audlem to retain its own GP practice?" has now attracted almost 500 votes with overwhelming support for a local practice. This poll was run as a result of the national debate on polyclinics.

If you have any thoughts on a new Vote Poll question, do let the webteam know.

 

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