LLLovely, The Post Office and The Courtyard Christmas Market

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Thank You to everyone for the amazing support we have received on our first full day as LLLovely and the Post Office!

We hope to create a positive vibe in the village once again for this well missed service in Audlem...Long may it continue!

.... And now our next event is right on our doorstep!

The Courtyard Christmas Market will be taking place this evening, Thursday 7th December, with stalls and treats a plenty!

Start time — 4.00pm onward

There will be:-

  • Carolling
  • Raffles
  • Gifts
  • Discounts
  • Food

So please come, enjoy and support all the businesses involved with this festive filled gathering!

A donation will be made to a local charity from all our efforts, so your support will be gratefully appreciated!

Kind Regards
Megan Sheer

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