FASA -3 Decades of Disco

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FASA Disco

Following on from the huge success of our 60s Disco last year, Friends of Audlem School Association (FASA) has decided to do it all again....only bigger!

All of the 3 decades of Disco will be included this year: 60s, 70s and 80s and we positively encourage dressing for your decade. The event is to take place at:

Audlem Public Hall on Friday 23rd March from 8.00pm 'til Midnight.

Tickets are priced at £5 and will soon be available from Williams Newsagents, the Post Office and the School Office. We will keep you posted when they are released.

All profits go to enhance the children's education at Audlem St James' Primary School.

So start rooting out your minis, flares and shoestrap ties and prepare for a great night!

 

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