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The Audlem Festival Committee is delighted to announce that it has secured a new main sponsor for the Audlem Music & Arts Festival 2018; leading residential developer Anwyl Homes.

The five day festival, which is taking place from Thursday 24th May to Monday 28th May, sees hundreds of performers from the world of music and art providing entertainment across the village.

The free, annual festival attracts thousands of visitors from across Cheshire and further afield and is currently in its 18th year.

With its hugely popular Heathfields development located on Audlem Road, Anwyl Homes is very much part of the community and was thrilled to be an integral part of the Audlem Music & Arts Festival this year.

Mathew Anwyl, Housing Managing Director at Anwyl Homes, says: "We very much value the importance of community spirit and the Audlem Music & Arts Festival is a big event in the village every year. To be the headline sponsor of this successful annual festival is a privilege, and I am sure many of the residents at our Heathfields development in Audlem will attend to enjoy the vast array of entertainment on offer."

Ralph Warburton, Chairman of the Festival Committee, adds: "We're really grateful to Anwyl Homes for its support and generous donation. The Audlem Music & Arts Festival is completely free to attend, which means to stage it, we rely on fundraising throughout the year and sponsorship from the community. Every year the festival is more and more successful, and we expect this year's event to surpass all expectations."

With just three weeks to go, full details of this year's Audlem Music & Arts Festival can be found at www.audlemfestival.

Call one of the Anwyl on 03300 244 944 between 11amt o 5pm or visit the website

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