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Cheese & Wine Evening at Audlem Tree House — Tonight

Please come along to Audlem Tree House on Wednesday 4th July (tonight) to experience the exciting changes coming and to view the fabulous facilites which can cater for all your child care needs.

From 7.30pm — 9.00pm we will be offering a glass of wine & a plate of cheese to enjoy whilst learning more about this great child care faciltiy in your local community.

Audlem Tree House is a Pre-School and After School Care Setting which caters from 2 year old up to Year 6 children (age 12).

Raffle on the night for some great prizes.

Audlem Tree House, where children play, learn and grow.

For more information look on our website at 
www.audlemtreehouse.co.uk or email us on audlemtreehouse@hotmail.co.uk

(Situated next to Audlem St James School — Heathfield Road)

 

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