By Webteam - 10th July 2019 6:08am
Friday 12th July
The Production Team at the Methodist Church invite everyone to a one night of entertainment which you can be a part of —
- Sing-a-long to all your favourite popular songs
- Watch the young people dance
- Be amazed with some of the guest artists
- we also have an Auction Of Promises
Please come and be a part of this night of FUN.
It all kicks off at 7.30pm in the Methodist Church in Audlem.
Tickets are available at £6 each from Julia Parton (811761) or Lin Nicholas (812400)
Auction of Promises
If people fancy any of the items but are unable to come on Friday they can put in a bid by ringing 812400 or 811761 or posting it in the Chapel letter box by the side entrance door.
- Wheely-Boat trip for up to 10 passengers plus a £30 voucher to be used in cafe at Overwater Marina
- Voucher for afternoon tea for two
- Ride as passenger in Morgan car with lunch within 30 mile radius. (for one).
- Two tickets for County Championship Cricket at Old Trafford, plus tea in the Pavilion with Malcolm Lorimer
- Your name to be used as a main character in a crime novel 'Murder on the Ribblehead Viaduct', being written by Malcolm Lorimer to be published in April 2020.
- £30 Gift Voucher for Flowers, from 'Flowers by Ruth'.
- Punch Bowl and glasses
- Coffee Table
- Handcrafted Bird House
- One Baking Surprise per month for a year
- Exercise Bike
- Barn-raised fresh chicken from Oxtail and Trotter
- £25 Voucher for reflexology/massage by Katy Goodwin
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