Audlem Special Events Team (ASET) is a not for profit organisation run entirely by volunteers dedicated to making Audlem a vibrant village.
ASET was established in 2001 after a nucleus of the team successfully organised a bonfire night in 2000 to replace the show previously held in Hankelow. The success of that night gave them the idea of establishing a bigger team to organise several events – in and for the village – supplementing all that was being done by other organisations.
Each year ASET holds a Party on the Park, a Festival of Transport and until 2018, a Bonfire Night Firework Display. To date over 120,000 people have enjoyed these events, organised to the highest professional standards
Since its founding, ASET has raised £25,000 for local organisations.
The team Allan Brown, Nic Goodwin, Nigel Mottershead, Andrew Smith, Lynne Smith, Geoff Stretch and our new members Dave Johnson, Alan Petrie, Trevor Charlesworth and Ken Jones
Plus vital support from a wide group of willing volunteers without whom the events would not be possible.
Click here to find out how you can get involved in supporting or helping ASET through volunteering, sponsoring or advertising.
Please feel free to send us your feedback on any of our events through our Contact page.
Our postal address is: ASET, Audlem, Crewe, Cheshire, CW3 0AP.
Members of ASET would like to pay tribute to Des Guerin.
Des was an integral part of ASET for most of its 15 years existence and served as Chairman for many of those years. Without Des' expertise and tireless work many of the ASET events would not have been so successful.
His attention to detail, dedication and leadership ensured that all our events achieved the highest possible standards.
He was the main inspiration behind the very successful WWII exhibition in 2011 to commemorate the 90th anniversary of the Royal British Legion, an organisation very close to his heart.
Never sought the limelight, always ensured that meetings were an enjoyable experience, despite his appalling and politically incorrect jokes, he was hugely respected by all past and present members of the team.
We will all miss him.