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We would like to thank our sponsors, advertisers and our audience for making this year's Party on the Park so successful.

ASET is twenty years old

This is a special year for the Audlem Special Events Team as we celebrate our 20th anniversary and it is so rewarding seeing friends and families dancing and enjoying themselves.

We have already had numerous enquiries about booking gazebos and buying tickets for next year. We begin selling gazebo plots on January 1st every year. We are already working on performers for next year's Party on the Park which will be on Saturday, 4th July (if you want the best you have to book them 12 months in advance). Please look out for updates on our website www.audlem-aset.org.

Finally a huge vote of thanks must go to our dedicated volunteers who helped to set up the event on Thursday, Friday and Saturday and then dismantle it all on Sunday morning. We couldn't do it without you.

Festival of Transport

Our next event is the Audlem Festival of Transport on Sunday, 28th July. A free event for all the family.

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