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Spooky Night

Children, come along to the Scout and Guide Hall for a Spooky Night Disco on Sunday 28th October.

Fancy Dress is a must! Hot Dogs and refreshments will be on sale.

Two separate discos will be held for different ages:


  • Ages 3 (Pre-school) to 7 (year 2) 4.00 — 5.15pm

  • Ages 8 (year 3) to 12 (year 7) 5.30 — 7.00pm


£2 admission on the door. Children under the age of 4 MUST be accompanied by an adult. Children from ALL schools are welcome.

All proceeds go to Friends of Audlem School Association who are raising funds for Audlem St James Primary School.

Booking is essential as places are very limited. Contact Alison on 07909 110225 or Debs on 07940 914636.

 

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