Category Archives: Audlem Conservation Area

Lord Combermere and the Crown of Audlem

The Lord Combermere Audlem, is a family run pub and has a regular entry into the Good Beer Guide. It’s situated at the intersection of Audlem’s two main roads, one of which was the Market Drayton to Nantwich turnpike road and … Continue reading

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Cheshire Street, Audlem – a dog’s heaven.

Although I finished this drawing in the summer, I am only just logging it here on the archive so you can see the buildings individually as I know quite a few will be looking at this from your phone. Cheshire … Continue reading

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Audlem, Stafford Street, The Square and Shropshire Street

The following drawings are all extracts from the one drawing of this beautiful village in Cheshire, close to the borders of Staffordshire and Shropshire. It is a place that our family have visited for almost twenty years by this summer … Continue reading

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