By Audlem Webteam - 17th November 2005 8:31am
Richard Furber, the Chairman of Audlem Parish Council, has sent an invitation out to all Audlem residents. As you will know, Audlem has won the title of 'Cheshire Village of the Year' and won the awards for 'Most Vibrant Village in Cheshire' and for 'Building Community Life'. A display was then created in the Public Hall by many village organisations for the North of England regional judges of the 'Village of the Year' competition.
Many of the people involved said that others in the area would be interested in seeing that display so it is being re-staged. It will be open to all tomorrow on Friday 18th November from 1.00pm until 7.00pm and on Saturday 19th November from 10.00am until 2.00pm. If you have a chance do look in at the Public Hall and see just some of the reasons Audlem has been judged to be 'Village of the Year'.
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