19th Festival of Transport Today

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This year's spectacular parade contains over 300 vehicles, motorcycles and scooters.

Programme of the Day

(All times are approximate)

11.00am Parade leaves Hankelow to Audlem

11.30am Parade arrive at Audlem Playing Field

Back by public demand Moonlight Serenade who will be performing the Glen Miller sound during the afternoon. Limited seating will be available.

Test your driving skills with Reaseheath's simulator, always popular

In the Public Hall will be a display by Congleton Model Truck Club

Pinxton Puppets will be performing shows during the day. Please see their show times on the notice board next to the stage.

There will be several caterers including a Hog Roast, Camper Cakes, French Connection, Pizza Cones, Tea/Coffee and Snugbury's Ice Cream.

This is a free event to exhibitors and visitors so come along and rekindle memories of bygone eras as you view these vintage cars or just take a seat and listen to Moonlight Serenade and enjoy a delicious Snugbury's Ice cream or a cup of tea.

ASET has to raise in excess excess of £3,000 to stage this event and would be grateful for any donations towards this cost. There will be buckets and free programmes around the field during the day and as they say 'every little helps'

Thank you for supporting the event and enjoy the day.

Audlem Special Events Team

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