By Audlem Webteam - 20th December 2011 7:09am
The 'Road Closure' notices are up, the tubas, trumpets and trombones are being polished, the safety barriers assembled, all in preparation for one of Audlem's most popular events — the Carols in the Square.
It's on Thursday evening and the music starts at 7.30pm.
ADAS' Ralph Warburton says: "The wonderful event that is the singing of carols around the big tree in the Square will be held on Thursday 22nd December at 7.30pm.
"Just a very happy half hour of popular carols sung by a huge audience to the music of the Crewe Brass band — and with hot soup provided by the Lord Combermere.
"The Mayor and Mayoress of Cheshire East, Santa and the Crewe Brass Band – who have been playing for us for the past 25 years - will be there all helping to make this a magical start to the Christmas holiday attended by hundreds.
"A very happy family occasion, with a final appearance by Santa before he flies off to the North Pole to collect the gifts."
It's 7.30pm on Thursday — Carols in the Square.
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