Last night – Wednesday, we, the very small team of men dedicated met to ask do we put on the Audlem Music and Arts Festival once again.
Each year we ask ourselves – can we do it again?
I am pleased to say that all are up for it, albeit there will be extra tasks to do as we aim to ensure it will continue to be the success we have enjoyed over the years
Yes. For 20 Years! So our special anniversary in 2020
Having begun in a small way to run along side the Proms on the Park and to offer modern music alongside the classical performance of the Cheshire Youth Orchestra with Land of Hope and Glory et al.
Now established as the Biggest FREE Music and Arts Festival over 5 nights and three days, we are very happy to once more present the wonderful range of music across all tastes – plus the very popular Arts Exhibition
Lots of planning from now as we embrace the Shroppie Fly fully with stage and sound – alongside The Bridge and The Lord Combermere.
Camping has grown massively under the tutelage of Paul Jervis and we are so very much in his debt for all he has achieved as he moves on to pastures new. New volunteers will step into his shoes as we plan for next year.
We suggest you put the dates in your diaries once you get them at Christmas .
Ralph Warburton on behalf of the team, Pete Marshall , Chris Warburton, Stephen Hopkins , Jonathan Taylor and Christine Johnson
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