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Brass Band on Christmas Eve 2011

A reminder that a small group of locals, who just also happen to be brass players, are playing carols in the centre of Audlem this morning on Christmas Eve morning as we did last year.

We will be there from 10.30am — 12 midday. We are doing it for fun as it just seems like a nice thing to do.

Last year we didn't set out to collect any money but the lovely folk of Audlem just insisted on giving us some (all of which we promptly deposited in the St Lukes box in the Salad Bowl).

We just hope people enjoy hearing the music but should anyone insist on donating any change it will once again be going to St Luke's.

(Audlem Online says: Our thanks to Phil Baker for the photos this morning.)


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