A way to develop music in Audlem

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George Nash writes: "Following up on a fantastic visit to the Audlem Music Festival, having spent four days in Audlem for the Music Festival and seen 24 gigs in four days, I feel it is time for the musical wealth of Audlem and district to combine to create the Audlem Conservatoire, a school where the musical talents of the area can be nurtured and encouraged to grow by those older and more experienced than the youngsters.

"I feel sure that there are sufficient mature people in Audlem with the knowledge and ability to bring this tio fruition — come on, get it going!"

If you have any thoughts on this idea, do let the webteam know and we will pass them on to George Nash. He travelled from the North East for the Festival. His suggestion just goes to show how good the Music Festival was and how it drew people from all over the country.


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