Seasonal Fair in Audlem

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Following on from the successes and the good night we enjoyed for the Fashion and Beauty Night, ADAS (Audlem District Amenities Society) are organising a Seasonal Fair.

The invite is extended to all Audlem and district businesses (not just fashion and beauty) who feel that they would like to have a stand or to advertise their services.

The proposed night is 12th November and the evening will be a ticketed event to include a glass of something to drink and a showcase of some of the wares. The showcase will be shorter this time about 10-15 minutes, and take place on the stage so that we can fit more stalls in.

We very much hope that it will be another fun evening — a bit of a show; time for a chat, a drink and some nibbles; and getting organised with some pre-Christmas shopping from all our excellent local retailers. Keep it local!

Interested businesses should contact Julie Hesketh on 811 686 or any ADAS committee member.


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