ASET books Weather for Saturday

Home » Latest News » ASET books Weather for Saturday
Jubilee Party in the Park

ASET confirms they have booked beautiful sunshine as well as some great bands for tomorrow's Party on the Park.

So long as the delivery comes on time, you'll be basking in sunshine, with blue sky and a light breeze. Of course, sometimes deliveries get delayed, so fingers crossed!

Tickets are still on sale for Queen's Jubilee Party on the Park.

Don't miss out on THE night to remember — Audlem's tribute to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II featuring:


  • QEII — Playing Queen's Greatest Hits

  • Sincerely Abba — The Dancing Queens

  • This is Bublé — Michael Bublé: The Prince of Swing 

  • And the legendary fireworks finalé 


Tickets available at Audlem Post Office and other outlets in the area.

Programme

3.00pm: Gates open
4.00pm: Pedestrian access only
6.00pm: This is Bublé
7.15pm: Sincerely Abba
9.00pm: QEII
10.15pm: Fireworks Finale

(All times are approximate)

popular recent storiesAlso in the news

starlings_feb2018 (3)
Mon 12 Feb 6:04am  |  hits: 1,114

These photos were sent in by Shaughna Warburton (click the images to enlarge)."Thought you might like these photos of a simply HUGE murmuration of starlings, roosting just outside the village. Truly a magnificent wildlife...

polly cat
Thu 15 Feb 9:22am  |  hits: 895

Missing grey tabby cat, female age 6 answers to Polly -- she is microchipped. Polly's owner has supplied the picture of PollyShe is very friendly and knows her way around her area. She lives at hill view cottage on Whitchurch road and always comes back, never stays out at night. She seems to have been missing from Tuesday teatime last night and has not been seen since.Ed: We have the...

HGV Lorry Trucks
Fri 16 Feb 6:08am  |  hits: 695

I am seriously concerned by the number of heavy lorries coming through the centre of Audlem. It is quite un-nerving to be walking along the pavements in the village particularly on Cheshire Street opposite the butcher's where the footpath is quite narrow and to have a huge lorry thunder by less than a metre away from one. They often appear to be exceeding the speed limit. I just wonder...