By Audlem Webteam - 4th November 2012 10:14am
Our thanks for the photographs of last night's display sent in by Phil Baker and Derek Jones.
A full report on another fabulous show coming soon but a few feedback comments received so far:
Jayne Owen says: "Been to the firework display tonight, first one I've ever seen in Audlem, and have only one word....WOW. The best display I have ever seen, my boys thoroughly enjoyed it, was just amazing, as was the guy playing the music, with such apt songs!
"So thank you for an awesome night, and we will be back next year!"
And from the AudlemOnline Chatbox, Ann Tilling wrote: "I'm not usually at the Bonfire and Fireworks but this year as our grandchildren were here we decided to go.
"What a treat we have missed the years we didn't go. Nice little funfair and the bonfire looked great. The display was tremendous and the bangs not too loud, possibly because the music was understandably loud.
"I really enjoyed the fireworks but derived even more pleasure from looking at five happy faces. Good value for money as well. Thank you ASET for your hard work."
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