Countdown to POTP price increase

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Jubilee Party in the Park

There are ONLY THREE DAYS to go before the price of tickets for Audlem's JubileeParty on the Park go up.Currently on sale at the discounted price of £12.50 for Adults and £6 for Children, ticket prices will go up to £20 for Adults from 1st July.

Needless to say,don't delay and get your tickets from Audlem Post Office or buy online at www.audlem-aset.org before time runs out.

So far we have 1,000 people attending this event, gazebo spots have been sold out for weeks. It's going to be a great night!

For more details on this event and others, please check out our website using the link below the photo.

 

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