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Information about the South Cheshire village of Hankelow

Road Closures - A529 in Nantwich, 13th - 28th January

Road closures continue on the A529 between Broad Lane and Brine Lees. More information on the "Notices" page.

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Dates for your diary

Sunday 19th January - A Joint Churches Service in Audlem Methodist Church at 10:30 a.m.

Monday January 20th - The Mobile Library will be available on Hankelow Green between 9.50 a.m. and 10.35 a.m.

Also Monday January 20th at 7.30 p.m. - a meeting of the Hankelow Amenities Group in the Community Room of Hankelow Methodist Church

Saturday January 25th - "Holly Holy Day" in Nantwich - the annual re-enactment of the Civil War Battle of Nantwich. A schedule of events can be found here.

February 5th - 8th - The Audlem Theatre Group (5A's) pantomime for 2020 is Cinderella. If you are interested in joining the Audlem Theatre Company, here are some details.

Saturday February 8th at 8.15 a.m. - A breakfast meeting of the Christian Men's group "Second Helpings" at the Dorothy Clive Gardens.

Saturday March 21st - There will be a Grand Dinner Dance  in Audlem Town Hall. Early booking is advised.

Sunday June 28th - The traditional Hankelow Fete on our beautiful village green..

Sunday July 26th - The Audlem Transport Festival will start from Hankelow Green.

Weekend of July 25th/26th - Historic boats in Audlem.

Recurring events.

Bin collection in the village is on Mondays - here's a calendar of rubbish collection dates showing which bin to put out. This version, produced by Charlie Foster, also show the Mobile Library dates.

The Mobile Library visits Hankelow on Monday Mornings every three weeks (Bank Holidays escluded). More details here.

Every Wednesday at 11.30 a.m. - the Wednesday Lunch Club & Activity Group meet in the Community Room of Hankelow Methodist Church. There are sometimes accompanying afternoon activities, which are detailed here.

Audlem and District History Society Meetings take place on the third Thursday of the month from January to May and September to November, starting at 7.30pm in Audlem Scout and Guide Hall. Membership of the History Society is £12 annually. All welcome to meetings; non-members £3

The Christian Men's group "Second Helpings" meets for breakfast once a month (usually the second Saturday) from 8.15 a.m. to 9.30 a.m., except in April, August and December.

Keep an eye on Audlem On Line for other weekly events, such as the Pub Quiz at the Lord Combermere, Fitness classes in the Scout and Guide Hall, and Meditation classes in the Annex of the Audlem Public Hall.

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All the content on this website up to April 2019 has been collected and compiled by Charlie Foster, who has provided the village website since 2006. Many thanks are due to him for all his work. I hope I can provide as good a service!