By Catherine Gresty - 16th October 2012 7:05am
Remember Remember the THIRD of November (at least in Audlem) as this will be the night of the Annual Fireworks and Bonfire Night.
This is a fantastic evening that is not be be missed, there's no need to organise your own display at home as this community event will blow you away with its fantastic fireworks, traditional bonfire, topped with a 'Guy' made by the local Beavers!
Organised by Audlem Special Events Team for the last twelve years, this year's display will once again be choreographed to music and will not disappoint.
Gates will open at 4pm, there will be fair rides, food stalls including Fordhall Farm.
The bonfire will be lit by the lucky winner of the competition run in conjunction with the school.
Gates open 4.00pm, Bonfire lit at 6.30pm and Fireworks at 7.00pm (all timings are approximate.)
Advance tickets can be purchased from Audlem Post Office or online at http://www.audlem-aset.org/
Tickets for everyone are £4 in advance and £5 on the gate, under 5s go free. All Children must be accompanied by Adults. No dogs please. And for the safety of all, please do not bring sparklers. Thank you.
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