Audlem Music & Arts Festival 2012

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This now very famous Festival takes place this year from May 31st to June 5th. 

A major element of the Festival is the exhibition of Arts and Crafts. 

We will have exhibitions in The Methodist Hall, The Scout and Guide Hall, exhibitions of the art by the Children of St James School and exhibitions in The Fat Pigeon. 

I would like to invite any residents who have a talent or craft who wish to exhibit their work to contact me and we will provide free space in the Scout Hall - alongside a Photographic Exhibition already planned.

It will be a case of first come first served, so do not hesitate to take this opportunity to show off your talent to a wide audience over Saturday 2nd to Tuesday 5th June. 

You can contact me at rjw@notrubraw.com" target="_blank">rjw@notrubraw.com or on 07813 820157. 

 

 

 

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