By Audlem Webteam - 15th February 2006 9:10am
(The website link that was here no longer works) The Parish Plan has been printed and launched but the real work to ensure as many of the ideas in the plan actually happen goes on. This afternoon the Working Group looking at community projects is meeting and discussing the plans for improved sports facilities. Members of the Parish Council, the Public Hall committee, Audlem Tennis Club and the team that worked on the Parish Plan are involved. Bids have been put into Defra via Cheshire Community Council for money to draw up initial plans and cost the projects before more detailed bids for funding are submitted. www.audlem.org will keep you up to date on progress.
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