Third Bloom success in a row

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Good news for all who have so freely given ADAS (Audlem District Amenities Society) their support in donations – residents and businesses alike —  and even those who have chosen not to support us but do find our work good for the well-being in the village and surrounding area.

ADAS have once again been given an award by the Judges of Britain in Bloom.

They came here in July and, as reported, I accompanied them around the village — as I was requested to by the Judging team. 

This is the third year running that we have won an award, a record I think for Audlem in Bloom. 

I will be attending the ceremony in Southport in October on behalf of all ADAS members.

 

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