Audlem Voices' Season of Goodwill

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With December fast approaching, we would like to update you with Audlem Voices forthcoming seasonal events.

We will be performing two Carol Concerts, the first at Blakenhall Village Hall on Friday 5th December at 7.30pm and the second will be yet another rip rousing, combined Christmas Carol Concert with The Band of The Cheshire Constabulary and Corps of Drums on Sunday 14th December at 7.00pm in St James's Church, Audlem.

Due to the outstanding success of last years concert, it will be a ticket only event and tickets will be available from The Post Office and Williams' Newsagents from Wednesday, 5th November, and are being held at same price as last year — £7.50 each.

Once again we will be serving mulled wine or soft drinks, to keep spirits high and to encourage boisterous,and well lubricated audience participation! There will also be a 'Grand Raffle' with some stunningly exceptional prizes!

Audlem Voices will also be giving two performances of Christmas Carols at The White Lion in Hankelow on Saturday evening, the 20th of December, and Monday evening, the 22nd December. These impromptu performances are rapidly becoming an annual event and if you are fortunate enough to have booked a table for either of these two evenings, you can be assured of a rip rollicking good time!

See you all in December!

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