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Dear Diary

This week sees the BIG SWITCH ON of the Audlem lights on Thursday.  Late night shopping at Hoc's Fat Pigeon in Cheshire Street will have plenty of tastings along with some live acoustic music.

Enya's revamped bookshop will be open as well for some tasty stocking fillers, loads of quality books to check out.

Also Thursday sees the launch of “Make do Make better”, a new venture creating unique fashion by recycling clothing, from off the peg to a bespoke tailoring service to revamp your own clothes. Pop upstairs at the Pigeon and check it out.

Live music will continue with one of Manchester’s rising bands playing at the Lord Combermere as part of their tour. The Rainband are back in Audlem, free (you will not see this band anywhere else for this price!) as the Lord C attracts more and more top musicians.


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