By Louisa Robb - 24th November 2011 7:20am
Friends of Audlem School Association would be delighted to see you all at The Big Switch On tonight.
You will find us under the Buttermarket tempting you with a little festive fun.
Try your luck on the Chocolate and Bottle tombolas, children's lucky dip and also, take part in our Christmas Hamper raffle. We have some fantastic prizes to be won including:
- A hamper from 'Welsh Hampers'
- 4 Christmas Hampers — lovingly put together with items generously donated by the parents/carers of Audlem St James School children and some supermarkets
- Flower Divas' voucher
- Full English Breakfast for two people (courtesy of Cheerbrooks)
- Christmas confectionery from M & S Food.
The draw itself will take place on Friday 2nd December at our Bingo and Family Quiz night at the school. All proceeds of course, go to Audlem St James Primary School.
Don't forget also, that Father Christmas still has some Special Red Envelopes available for you to send your Christmas wishes by speed-mail via The Golden Postbox at The Post Office. They are available from the school and Williams Newsagents.
Enjoy the night and we hope to see you there!
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