By Audlem Webteam - 18th July 2006 7:26am
The Proms on the Park were a huge success but there's even more to come in the village's busiest month. Everything is now in place for the funkiest weekend in Audlem and probably the world! Fun-ky.audlem@06 designed for the younger members of the community and the young at heart, is coming up this weekend of the 22nd & 23rd July. Most of the popular events and activities are back again as well as some new ones. There is :-
3 craft tents
Live Music Night
Box cart derby
Have a go at Tennis
Awards & Talent show
Free Barbecue by the three churches followed by family fun rounders and tug of war.
A full programme with details can be found on www.funkyaudlem.co.uk(The website link that was here no longer works) and there are also printed copies of the programme.
Some events need advance planning such as the Box Cart Derby which takes place on Saturday 22nd at 5.00pm.
Construct your own box cart (in advance) and enter the Death Alley Run !!!
Yes mums and dads are allowed to help and relive their vague and distant childhood memories but the entrants must have a hand in the construction. A full set of rules regarding construction and safety are on www.funkyaudlem.co.uk(The website link that was here no longer works) and it is advisable to book your place in the derby at mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org">email@example.com (The website link that was here no longer works) or with Ian on 812068.
Death Alley, by the way, is also sometimes known as Vicarage lane or even Blues Alley during the Audlem Festival.
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