By Audlem Webteam - 1st July 2006 7:51am
It's coming up fast, possibly Audlem's biggest night, the annual Proms on the Park on Saturday 15th July. It's always a fantastic occasion with wonderful music and a real party atmosphere. If you haven't bought your tickets yet, do get them soon as last year was a sell out. Also, it's significantly cheaper to buy them in advance — £10 per adult or £5 perchild compared with £15 and £8 on the gate. A Family ticket (2 adults/2 children) is £25 paid in advance and £30 on the gate.
Tickets can be bought at Audlem Post Office (tel: 01270 811211) or by post with a stamped, addressed envelope from ASET, Audlem, Crewe CW3 0AP. You can also buy tickets at Nantwich Tourist Information Centre (TIC); Inglenook Fine Arts in Nantwich; Hallmark, Nantwich; Alexander Paper Supplies at Dagfields; Whitchurch TIC and Green End Pharmacy in Whitchurch; Market Drayton TIC and Computer Resources in Stafford Street, Market Drayton; Gift Box in Earle Street, Crewe and Newcastle-U-Lyme TIC.
The Band of the King's Division, renowned throughout the UK, the Bill Basey Big Band and the Crewe Male Voice Choir will provide the music. After the concert, there will be a spectacular firework display. You will have the full range of a traditional Proms with Elgar's Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1; Parry's Jerusalem, Henry Wood's Fantasia on British Sea Songs and Arne's Rule Britannia.
Audlem's Proms on the Park is a huge flag-waving musical experience and one of the highlights of the year in Cheshire's most vibrant village.
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