By Audlem Webteam - 2nd May 2007 9:13am
The bumper Spring issue of the Audlem Parish Council newsletter is being distributed this week and many households will already have received their copy. As well as a range of local stories, reports from the Parish Council and local organisations, it features a double page spread of contact numbers for many local clubs, societies and services. This proved to be popular last year and has been, of course, fully updated.
For those living outside the Audlem Parish, a number of copies of the Newsletter are available at the Post Office. For those further afield, or who want additional copies they can print off themselves, the Newsletter is available for download from Audlem Online. Click here (The website link that was here no longer works) to visit the newsletter page now — then click on 'Spring 2007'. Back issues of previous newsletters are also available in this section of Audlem Online.
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