Ceilidh raises over £650 for Public Hall

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Audlem Public Hall's refurbishment fund has been boosted by more than £650 following last month's ceilidh. The Management Committee would like to thank both local band, The Crofters, who provided their services free of charge and all the people who supported the event. The planned refurbishment in the next twelve months includes new windows, new fire doors, interior and exterior decoration, new curtains and new chairs. The Hall's next fund-raising event is the Valentine's Ball on February 18th. Details of ticket arrangements will be available soon on www.audlem.org


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