By Audlem Webteam - 5th December 2005 8:00am
The Christmas tree is now lit up in Audlem Square and many of the small Christmas trees are up and lit on shops, houses and public buildings throughout the village centre. ADAS would like to thank all the volunteers who worked so hard over the weekend, often in pouring rain and also battling with the power cut that left much of the village centre without electricity on Saturday. Ralph Warburton has written an article here on the Homepage with more details. ADAS has spent a lot of money in lighting up Audlem so beautifully — close to £1000 — and this would not be possible without the contributions of all ADAS members and those who generously help with cash from time to time. ADAS thanks all of you and hopes you will feel your subs/donations have been worthwhile .
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