In terms of leisure activities, Audlem has much to offer its residents. This in includes its impressive selection of shops, restaurants and pubs. The village also offers many annual events, including a free Audlem Music and Arts Festival on the May Bank Holiday, while Party on the Park is staged in early July each year.
Looking at transport connections in and around Audlem, although the village no longer has its own railway station, there are stations at nearby with Nantwich and Whitchurch on the Crewe to Shrewsbury line. Meanwhile, Crewe , is served by the main West Coast line with links around the country. There are also several bus services that call at Audlem, while the village itself lies roughly 10 miles west of the M6. In terms of schooling, Audlem has its own primary school, while secondary education establishments are found within a few miles of the village. Families will also enjoy activities have the likes of Lakemore Farm Park, Crewe’s MFA Bowl, Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker, Oakhanger Riding and Pony Club Centre andWacky Warehouse.