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Gazebo Spaces Sell Out for Audlem's Jubilee Party on the Park!

Due to unprecedented demand, all of the Gazebo spots have been sold. A reserve list is in place - visit Audlem Post Office for further information.

There are still tickets available for what is promised to be ASET's best Party on the Park, though these too are selling fast!

Tickets for the Jubilee concert on Saturday 7th July featuring QEII, Sincerely Abba, This is Buble and sensational fireworks display by Blitz Fireworks are on sale now at the fantastic early bird price of £12.50 for Adults (this is a reduction of £7.50 off the normal price.) Children £6 (under 5s are free), family ticket £32 (2 Adults, 2 children).

Buy them online at www.audlem-aset.org, in person at Audlem Post Office or call the BOX OFFICE on 01270 811211.

 

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