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Today, Bank Holiday Monday, is Audlem Carnival Day and the 200th Anniversary of the first Wake in 1812.

Here's the programme for today for everyone involved:


  • 9.00am onwards — all stall holders setting up

  • 11.30am — Arrival of Cadets' Troop and Band

  • By 12noon — Cars, floats, fire engine on the field by 12.00. Queens arriving.

  • 1.00pm — Crown Queen. Then form up the Parade and Marshalls in post.

  • 1.15pm — Parade sets off via Cheshire Street, Little Heath, Heathfield Road, Stafford Street, The Square, Cheshire Street to Playing Field

  • 2.00pm — The Ring. 101st Air Cadets display

  • 2.30pm — Irish Dancers, Break Dancers, Ballroom Dancers

  • 3.00pm — Fun Dog Show — Audlem's answer to Crufts!

  • 4.30pm Prize Draw


All times subject to change on the day.

 

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