New vote poll to start this weekend

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With the 12 Days of Christmas now over, this weekend is the time to end our seasonal poll asking 'Do you still enjoy Christmas?'. Somewhat re-assuringly, the majority still do although, of course, the poll was carried out before most of the bank statements and credit card bills for the Christmas period drop through the letterbox!

With the Muller development now approved by the Council, and as a result a likely increase in parking issues in the village centre, the next poll will ask if you believe parking restrictions should be enforced more stringently in Audlem. With a variety of strong views held by many about this issue, it could be a very interesting topic.

We would also like ideas from you about future issues to vote on. Send your ideas to the webteam and, hopefully, we will have many issues to put up for a poll in future months.


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