By Audlem Webteam - 31st July 2006 8:58am
David Basford of Market Drayton has sent this poem in praise of yesterday's hugely successful Transport of Festival. Many thanks, David:
Audlem Festival of Transport
Was a "Transport of delight".
With cars of every type and sort,
It was a wondrous sight.
The 'A.S.E.T' Team had put together
A really fantastic event;
They even organised the weather
To be enjoyed by all who went.
All afternoon the sun shone;
'Though once it tried to rain!
While just South, in Market Drayton
It was running down the drain!!
My Granddaughter paid a visit,
And the cars just "Knocked her flat";
She said, "Granddad, please, why is it
Now they don't make cars like that"?.
Most of the vehicles were British,
All made here in the U.K.
The sight made a great many folks wish
They could have the same choices today!.
So All thanks to Audlem A.S.E.T.
They really deserve a 'BIG CHEER',
And I think it's a really "Cast Iron Bet"
That we'll all be returning next year.
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