By Ralph Warburton - 25th November 2011 7:36am
We have now added more sites for The Christmas Trees display having fitted trees to the COOP , Mandy Bo's, Audlem Dry Cleaners and Audlem Pine plus the Scout & Guide Hall.
In addition the big lime tree in Helen & Martyn Measure's garden is now festooned with lights . And we now have lights in Rob Poole's tree at the very entrance to the village from Woore.
All funded by ADAS from the support given by the businesses, residents and the Parish Council — plus our own efforts at raising money through the year. A sterling effort — primarily by Mike Haines who deserves a very good pat on the back.
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