By Lynne Smith - 21st July 2019 6:06am
This year ASET celebrates is 20th anniversary, hard to believe, and every year this event has attracted between 3,000 and 4,000 visitors. This year's spectacular parade contains over 300 cars, commercial vehicles, motorcycles and bicycles.
Programme of the Day
9.00 am Vehicles assemble at Hankelow 11.00am Parade leaves Hankelow to Audlem 11.30 am Parade arrives on Audlem Playing Field 4.30 pm Vehicles leave display area
(All times are approximate)
Wrenbury & District Model Railway Club
and Congleton R C Truck Displays in the Public Hall
Local band, California Blue, will be performing hits from the 60's throughout the afternoon.
Pinxton Puppets will be presenting several shows for young children (and adults!)
There will also be a small number of caterers on site
This is a completely free family event which would not be possible without the financial support from our sponsors and advertisers.
To accommodate this event the public car park will be closed from 7am on Sunday. Alternative parking will be available Saturday and overnight and all day Sunday at the Turnpike Field off Green Lane by kind permission of Audlem Parish Council. We thank you for your co-operation.
Audlem Special Events Team
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