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Jubilee Party in the Park

Jubilee Party on the Park on 7th July.
Audlem Special Events Team have organised a Jubilee Party on the Park. We hope that you have already bought your tickets and are coming along to enjoy with family and friends.

This event takes a great deal of hours of planning and especially so on the day itself to set up and man the gates ensuring everything runs smoothly. We rely on the help of a team of volunteers and would like to ask anyone who is interested in helping out on Saturday 7th July for a few hours (not in the evening when you'll be partying with the rest of us) to get in touch as soon as possible.

We are also looking for stewards to work on the evening itself.

Please email info@audlem-aset.org or phone 07985 982786 or 811211 for more information.

Thank you



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