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Because the old webteam email address has been in operation for some years, it has resulted in the amount of spam emails building up to over a hundred a day. This has meant a few genuine messages being lost amongst all the rubbish. We are therefore using the launch of the new-style Audlem Online as the excuse to change the email address to editor@audlem.org">editor@audlem.org

For those regular correspondents that have the old address in their email address books, please make the change so none of your emails to Audlem Online go astray. We apologise for the inconvenience and hope you will understand. We are sure you would if you could see some of the spam received recently!

 

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