FASA - 3 Decades of Disco

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FASA Disco

The weekend is upon us. The weather is fine. There's a hint of 'The Summer of Love' in the air!

What better way to end the week that getting into the groove at FASA's 3 Decade Disco! It starts TONIGHT at 8.00pm at Audlem Public Hall.

Whatever your favourite era; 60's, 70's or 80's there is music for everyone. Dress up, dress down, go with the flow!

Its rare that the disco comes to you, so grab the opportunity and join us for what will be a funktastic night out!

Tickets, £5, are on sale now at the school office, Post Office and Newsagents. All procedes raise money for Audlem St James Primary school.

 

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