By Audlem Webteam - 31st May 2006 8:14am
(The website link that was here no longer works) After six months of hectic planning and several headaches, ASET, the Audlem Special Events Team, is pleased to announce that Audlem Proms on the Park will take place on Saturday 15th July, two weeks later than originally planned.
The evening's entertainment will open with the Crewe Male Voice Choir followed by the Bill Basey Big Band. ASET are delighted to have secured the services of the Band of the Kings Division, based in Lancashire, who will entertain with popular songs from the shows as well as the traditional Proms finale. The evening will close with a spectacular fireworks display at approximately 10.30pm.
This year's event will cost a staggering £18,000, some £6,000 more than the inaugural Proms back in 2001. Ticket prices, however, have not increased and will remain at £10 for adults and £5 for children aged 5 to 16 years of age. A family ticket (2 adults and 2 children) will be £25. Full details of the event are on the Proms leaflet which will be dropping through letterboxes shortly in the Audlem area. Tickets for the Proms are on sale in the Post Office or on 01270 811211. Do order your tickets early as last year's event was sold out.
All profits from the event are used to fund the Transport Festival and the Bonfire Night Celebrations as well as supporting local organisations. Another date for your diary is Sunday 30th July when ASET presents the Audlem Festival of Transport.
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