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Charity Fancy Dress Night, 4th August 2012
Charity Fancy Dress Night, 4th August 2012

Regular readers will have seen the amazing set of auction items and raffle prizes on offer for last night's Charity Fancy Dress Night

"Well Done Ian! You have organised another classic Audlem night out!" was the first comment into Audlem Online.

Our thanks to Phil Baker for the photographs of a very well attended night which took in the Shroppie Fly, the Bridge Inn and finally the Lord Combermere where the prize-giving, auction and raffle was held.

The music did, however, stop for a few minutes. Our fourth photo gives a clue — and the Lord Combermere went wild in celebration!

The event was organised by Ian Hallatt in aid of Breast Cancer. More when we have further news.


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