What to do about the Shropshire Street river

Home » Latest News » What to do about the Shropshire S
Default

A local resident writes: "What was thought to be the emergence of a long lost spring, the water crossing Shropshire Street, is in fact the property of United Utilities!

Considering the length of time this particular leak has been allowed to continue, would it not be justified if every household in the village withheld the appropriate amount from their Water Bill? The grounds for such action would be that the Utility concerned has deprived the village of the use of the water being lost. To my knowledge it has been running for more than 50 days.

Your views would be appreciated."

Audlem Online will be announcing the winner of the name the river competition on Tuesday, so if you haven't entered yet and would like to do so, get your suggestion in soon.

 

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

New Annexe
Tue 28 Jul 6:06am  |  hits: 5,385

JGP First Aid & Tai ChiTo ALL current Tai Chi students:Hope everyone is well and keeping safe. I am going to run two outdoor Tai Chi sessions on the field next to the Civic Centre (Public Hall annexe) on the following dates:Tuesday 11th August and Tuesday 25th August from 09.30am to 10.30am.It would be lovely to see you there!All the current ZOOM classes remain the same through to...

Audlem St James' Church
Tue 28 Jul 6:07am  |  hits: 1,268

Ed: We received this message from John Swancott. Can any local fishermen help?Could you please tell me if it is possible to fish river weaver at Audlem by bridge on Whitchurch road and if so is it a fishing club or owned by a farmer. We're new to area so any information would be appreciatedMany thanks...

Village centre
Fri 31 Jul 6:10am  |  hits: 1,220

Ed: We received this from local resident Geoff Farr. AudlemOnline invited John Lewis Customer Services to respond on 27/07/20 but have not received a responseYou have been warned26th July 2020Some of you may know that I have been very recently widowed.It therefore follows that my only evening companion is my television.My children and grandchildren have urged me to modernise and...