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The compliments have been coming in — doesn't the village look a treat, they all say.

ADAS, take a bow. The view that Audlem Online has heard is that it's the best ever Christmas display. All the small trees on the village's businesses and many houses, plus the large tree in The Square, mean the village has a Christmas display that's second to none.

New this year, the lights on the trees at the entrance to Windmill Drive, mean anyone approaching the village from the west is in for a festive treat.

Our picture has been sent in by Ken Maple who has photographed some of the village businesses dressed for Christmas — he's sent us a brilliant set of shots that will be coming up over the next week on Audlem Online.

 

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