By Irene Pryce - 9th September 2019 6:09am
ADAS 50th birthday
On 1st September the ADAS fiftieth birthday community celebration at the Lord Combermere took place.
Many thanks are due to Jo and Allan for their help, Cheshire Police Brass Band and Gambler for entertaining everyone and all who helped make it such a successful event.
Now the ADAS Committee are busy making preparations for the events which will take place during the autumn.
The Magical Musical Evening
This event will feature Audlem Voices and Stapeley Broad Lane School Choir. It will take place on Saturday 12th October in St James Church starting at 7pm- guest appearance by Alistair MacKenzie
Tickets will soon be available from Flower Divas and Williams.
Proceeds to ADAS and St James Church building fund
During the autumn there will, as usual, be several sessions to remove summer bedding and plant spring flowering bulbs.
These will be advertised on AoL- do please come along and help- all volunteers will be most welcome!
Big Switch On
This year's Big Switch On will take place on Friday 29th November starting at 6pm
As usual all the shops will be open and Santa will be in his Grotto
This is the night that Audlem starts to celebrate Christmas- come and join in the fun!
Carol Singing in the Square
On Friday 20th December at 7.30pm Crewe Brass will accompany the annual Carol Singing in the Square.
Finally, all the activities which ADAS organise such as floral displays, Christmas trees and lighting are funded by your subscriptions- please return your envelopes to Williams or pay online if you prefer- and add gift aid if you are eligible.
Your support is very much appreciated!
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