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Join us on Saturday 7th November 2009 for our traditional bonfire and spectacular fireworks display when, once again, the sky will be lit up with an amazing array of colours, accompanied by some great music. This is the programme for the evening:

  • 4.30pm — Gates open — with fairground rides, stalls food and entertainment
  • 6.30pm — Bonfire will be lit by the lucky winner of this year's competition — run in conjunction with Audlem St James' Primary.
  • 7.00pm — Spectacular Fireworks display from Blitz Fireworks, set to music once again.
Tickets are on sale in Audlem Post Office and other outlets. You can get more details by calling 01270 811211 or emailing info@audlem-aset.org">info@audlem-aset.org.

So, remember, remember the 7th of November...in Audlem, and join us for yet another fantastic family show.

The video of the 2008 display on Youtube gives just a taste of last year's spectacular display.

We'll be releasing more information over the coming weeks, including other enterainment we are planning, advance ticket prices and sales outlets.

 

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