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There's a concert at St James' Church by the Rode Heath Silver Band on Saturday 14th September. Tickets are available from Audlem Post Office or call Chris on 01270 811454.

The concert is aid of the St James' Church Raise the Roof Appeal and is organised by the Audlem Scout & Guide Hall committee. Tickets are £7.

The music programme includes:
March Star Lake
Something Stupid
Deep Harmony
For Your Eyes Only
Rusalka's Song to the Moon
Simple Gifts
Slipping through my Fingers
Amparito Roca
Ruby Tuesday
Doyle's Lament
One Moment in Time
The Elephant
Mid All the Traffic
Fantasy on British Sea Songs
She Moved Through the Fair
Great Escape
Breezing Down Broadway

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