The Annexe Celebration Dinner Dance

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This is the grand celebration Black Tie event taking place on March 19th 2016.

It is both to celebrate the grant of nearly £600,000 for the new Public Hall Annexe (to be finally confirmed by the Big Lottery Fund by January, we hope and expect), and to raise money to contribute to the £100,000 APHAx have to find for the project.

The Annexe Celebration Dinner Dance will include

  • The Hall decorated as you've never seen it before.
  • Three course meal prepared by local caterers, JAs.
  • VCO Big Band (and we mean big) with music and dancing
  • Auction of Promises by a local well-known auctioneer
  • Beer supplied by ex-Audlem brewer.
  • Wine available from the bar

There will be limited space, probably 15 tables of eight, and so far 84 places (over two-thirds) have been sold.

Tickets are £25 per head, and you can book a complete table of eight, or individual tickets if you prefer, through Ralph Warburton (812125) or Roland Hall (812530)
or email Ralph on elraco32@gmail.com.

Click on the picture to get the full image of the artist's impression of the new Annexe by Sheila Webster.

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