Countdown to Bonfire & Fireworks Display

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ASET Audlem Fireworks by Blitz 2011

This Saturday, the annual Bonfire & Fireworks Display will take place in Audlem. Advanced tickets at £4 can be purchased from Audlem Post Office as well as at Nantwich Tourist Information and BlitzFireworks, Hightown, Crewe.  On the gate price is £5.

Gates open at Audlem Playing Fields at 4.00pm. There will be fairground rides and stalls as well as food from Fordhall Farm to tempt you all.  

The Bonfire will be lit at 6.30pm and the choreographed Fireworks will begin at 7.00pm (though all timings are approximate.)  

This is the 12th year that ASET has organised this event for the village and is set to be another enjoyable night to follow what has been a year of successful events. 

So get family and friends together, wrap up warm and join us for a fantastic display. More information on this and other events at www.audlem-aset.org

Please do not bring sparklers or dogs along. Thank you.

Audlem Special Events Team (ASET)

 

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