It's a full Sunday of entertainment at the Audlem Festival with music to suit all tastes in a wide variety of venues – the three pubs' outdoor stages, the Methodist Church, St James' Church, the Courtyard at Eleven Cheshire Street and today for the first time this year, Blues Alley.
Add to that the Art Exhibition in the Methodist Church hall and poetry with Poets' Corner on the Methodist car park.
It's almost impossible for us to tell you everything. Simply click on to the Audlem Festival website here.
There's been an amazing increase in camping this year for the Festival with seven times as many tents, caravans and camper vans as last year – see second photo – all adding to the atmosphere of the best free Festival in Cheshire, Staffordshire and North Shropshire.
And note the weather forecast on the top right of the Homepage – 21C and Sunny. Perfect for a good day at the Festival.
There was entertainment to be had throughout Audlem yesterday – even a cookery demonstration in the Courtyard at Eleven Cheshire Street from Rose Petals & Rice while the LLLovely team were handing out their absolutely beautiful chocolates.
We had the promised comedy too from Billy Gibbons and New Moon Fever. Maybe a few comedy acts might go down very well at a future festival! Now there's a thought!
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