By Stephanie Richardson - 6th February 2019 6:08am
Audlem WI Centenary
On Thursday March 7th starting at 12.00 noon until about 4.00 pm Audlem WI will be celebrating in their usual lavish style our Centenary Celebration Meeting!
This will take place in the Scout and Guide Hall.
Normally I would be acting as a roving photographer, however as my photography skills leave something to be desired — well a lot really — and because this is such a memorable occasion which will be recorded in our history archives, we are hoping that someone out there would be kind enough to volunteer their services in the capacity of "professional photographer" for the afternoon.
Prosecco and cake
Unfortunately we will not be able to pay you, however you will be surrounded by ladies dressed in a variety of costumes, merrily sipping their prosecco — it may get a bit wild, but on the plus side you will be offered free drinks and cake!
If you are at all interested in coming to our aid, please contact me — firstname.lastname@example.org — and Audlem WI will ensure your name will be recorded in the annals of time!
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