By Celia Bloor - 5th January 2014 6:08am
I had a long telephone conversation with Billy Gibbons on Friday night and during our conversation I referred to the photograph of the shop at Little Heath and we both agreed that this shop was on the main Audlem to Nantwich Road.
Now you may like to know that there was a wooden shop in Heathfield Road owned by a lady called Nan Adams. This shop was between Monks Lane and Hen Lane.
I wonder if anybody else can remember this shop or have photographs of it.
This photograph is contained within the Audlem Historical Archive which can be accessed here. This particular image is found by selecting "Little Heath" within the "Places" category.
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