By Audlem Webteam - 29th July 2012 7:05am
It's another big Audlem day with the Festival of Transport and over thirty historic narrow boats gathering on the canal.
The parade of vehicles from Hankelow through Audlem runs from noon and all the vehicles will then gather on the Playing Field in Audlem for closer inspection throughout the afternoon.
Down on the canal — and there's a convenient path between the Playing Field and Audlem Wharf — there's one of the largest ever gatherings of historic narrow boats in the village's history.
There will be reports and photographs of these events on Audlem Online tomorrow and Monday.
It's all free to enjoy and another great Audlem day, today.
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