By The ASET Team - 23rd May 2012 7:45am
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As the Jubilee gets ever closer — and you are no doubt planning for your extra long Bank Holiday weekend — why not think about extending your Jubilee celebrations into July and getting family and friends together for what is set to be Audlem' Biggest and Best Party on the Park.
With a Jubilee theme this year, the headline act will pay tribute to Her Majesty. QE11 — "The UK's top tribute to Freddie Mercury and Queen" (if you've not come across this tribute act before then you're in for a treat) will be supported by Sincerely ABBA and This is Buble, all ending with a fireworks display finale.
Audlem's Special Events Team have been organising a Party on the Park event for 11 years and are keen to keep you up to date with how plans are coming along, competitions to win tickets, new events and more! Why not check out our Facebook page — click on the link below the poster and 'Like' us — and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/AudlemASET
Did you know you can buy tickets for the Party on the Park online this year? Please check out our website for more details. Tickets are also available from one of our ticket outlets including Audlem Post Office.
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