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As September draws to a close, we enter a social whirl in the village for the next few weeks

Today, Saturday

  • Firefighters charity carwash
  • ADAPT Apple-pressing
  • TAVA presents "End to End" in the Public Hall
  • Winterley Brass Band at the Methodist Church

Thursday October 5th

  • Harvest Time at Audlem WI
  • Eleventh Hour Boutique Fashion Show

Friday October 6th

  • My Bake-off Experience at Aston WI

Saturday October 7th

  • ADAPT Apple Pressing
  • Audlem Voices concert

Tuesday October 10th

  • Lord C Quiz in aid of FASA

Thursday October 12th

  • Edinburgh Woollen Mill Fashion show at the Methodist Church

Saturday October 14th

  • NSPCC Celebrity Quiz in the Public Hall

Thursday October 19th

  • Save the Children Coffee Morning in the Scout & Guide Hall
  • History Society "Audlem Fire Brigade"

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