Traditional music day in Audlem

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Twelve hurdy-gurdies and half a dozen bagpipes were being played at the Audlem Hurdy-gurdy and Bagpipe festival yesterday afternoon, soon to be followed by an evening's entertainment and dancing to Audlem's very own Crofters in the Public Hall.

Around 90 danced and enjoyed an excellent hotpot supper at the Public Hall event which raised funds for the work to improve facilities at the Hall.

 

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