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Carolyn Wilde writes: "I have two tickets I cannot use for the "South Cheshire on Film" evening this Thursday 6 November at the Lyceum Theatre Crewe starting at 7.30pm. They were not expensive (£3.50 each) and tickets are still available at the Box office but these are front circle seats. I don't want any payment but if they can be used I should be delighted.

"The event features the film archives from Manchester Metroplitan University and includes, I understand, film of Crewe (including footage of Rolls-Royce) and Nantwich as well as the rural areas of South Cheshire. Please let me know if you would like them. First come first served. Can deliver locally."

Please call Carolyn Wilde on 01948 871202 if the tickets are of interest.

 

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