By Alison Rayne - 2nd November 2014 6:08am
The annual F.A.S.A Spooky Disco is eerily looming! So dig out your scary costumes and practise your even more frightening dance moves!
We are holding 2 Spooky Discos at the Scout Hall today.
The first is open to all pre-school aged children from 3yrs and Key Stage 1 children from 4.00 — 5.15pm (we request that parents stay with pre-school children.) The second is for all Key Stage 2 children from 5.30 — 7pm.
Both have an admission fee of £2.00 and there will be cakes and refreshments available to buy, with all proceeds supporting projects at Audlem St James C/E Primary School.
Please reserve your place by texting or phoning Deborah Varley on 07940 914639 or Lorna Saunders on 07801 238819.
Thank you to One and All
Friends of Audlem St James School (F.A.S.A.) held a very successful Pub Quiz on Tuesday 30th September, where a fabulous total of £461 was raised to support projects at the primary school.
We would like to say big thank you's to Mike Haines, who challenged us all during the quiz and stretched pockets during the auction and to our wonderful hosts Jo and Alan from the Lord Combermere in Audlem.
More enormous thank you's go out to all those who generously donated to both the raffle and auction and to everyone else who supported the event and joined in the fun!
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