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www.audlem.org is just over three months old and the number of people using it is very encouraging and rising every month so far. The Website team has posted news virtually every day since the launch as well as 13 articles by local personalities. So far , the only non local to get an article on the site is Father Christmas, but exceptions have to be made!

You can check on all the news stories going back to August simply by clicking on 'more news' and working back through the pages. We are now on our 4th Vote Poll, so cast your vote on whether smoking should be banned in all public buildings and check out the votes on past polls. And if you haven't done so yet, let us have your thoughts on a range of local issues by clicking on Forum. You can also sign into our Guestbook. We have had comments from Australia, USA, Continental Europe and much closer to home and we are as pleased to see Guestbook comments from Audlem residents as anybody.

To all who use the website regularly, a big thank you for your interest and do send us any news that may be of interest or, if you fancy an article on the site, do let us know. Simply contact webteam@audlem.org">webteam@audlem.org or use the facility on 'Contacts'.

 

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