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Audlem Online has received several queries about the Annual Village Meeting and a Chatbox query was published yesterday about the meeting.

We have asked for clarification from the Parish Council and are glad to publish the explanation received:

"Eagle-eyed followers of Audlem Parish Council may have seen a small notice in the PC's noticeboard advertising the ANNUAL PARISH MEETING on 2nd April, starting at 7.00pm, and scheduled just before this month's Council meeting. 

"The Annual VILLAGE Meeting, with speakers, is still on in June. Adverts will be going out shortly and it will be in the Parish newsletter."

 

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