Wartime Dance cancelled

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ASET regrets to announce the cancellation of the Wartime Concert & Dance which was due to take place this Saturday 10th November.

Unfortunately less than half the tickets have been sold, therefore due to lack of demand we are having to cancel. We all feel this is such a shame, the band are hugely disappointed, particularly after last year being so successful.  

ASET would like to apologise to any people who have already purchased their tickets, a full refund will be offered at Audlem Post Office.  

Thank you for your continued support of ASET events, which have until now, been very successful in 2012. We hope you have enjoyed them as much as we have enjoyed being part of the organising team to make our village as vibrant as it is.

 

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