ASET Fireworks competition

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ASET Audlem Fireworks by Blitz 2011

A reminder that you can win four tickets to the Bonfire & Fireworks this Saturday. Or, instead, would you like two tickets to the Wartime Concert & Dance on Saturday 10th November?

Here's your chance to do so.... 
How many individual fireworks do you think will be used in the Fireworks display this Saturday in Audlem?  Answers must be emailed by 9.00am tomorrow, Friday 2nd November, to info@audlem-aset.org

The winner will be the correct answer or closest. The winner will be announced on Audlem Online, ASET's website & Facebook page by Friday lunchtime, the prizes will be ready for collection from Audlem Post Office on Friday afternoon.

Good luck!
ASET 

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