By Catherine Gresty - 17th October 2012 7:05am
To mark Armistice Day, Saturday 10th November will see Audlem's public hall transported back in time to the 1940s as The Trent River Big Band have been invited back to perform at 'A Wartime Dance'.
Organised by ASET, this night is set to be an evening of good old fashioned entertainment.
Whether you love dancing and want to throw on your glad rags andstockings, or simply want to come and listen to the music, the evening is sureto be enjoyed by all.
A bar will be available and tickets arejust £10 from Audlem Post Office.
Email email@example.com or telephone: 01270 811211
Please be quick to get your tickets, this event sold out fast last year.
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