Adderley Autumn Fair this evening

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Adderley Village Hall

This evening (Friday 16th November), Adderley School & Village are holding an Autumn Fair from 5.30pm to 7.30pm at Adderley Village Hall.

There will be stalls, the famous Adderley bottle tombola, a raffle with some great prizes and fun things for kids to do including face painting and glitter tattoos!

For refreshments there will be hot dogs & soup as well as coffee, tea and cakes (there are always cakes at events in Adderley, we are famous for it!) and the licenced bar will be open too.

And there will be Fireworks too! (Not on the same scale as Audlem of course but plenty of oohs and ahhhs nonetheless!).

It should be a lovely event for everyone to enjoy and Adderley as a community is always very happy for our neighbours from Cheshire to come and join in the fun!

 

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