Checked out the Cumbria Wood Festival, as promised, good show but nothing significant to report that helps our quest to be more Eco friendly. More aimed at Loggers, Biomass producers and renewable heat incentives, more of a business to business show really. Hints and tips for helping the general public think a bit more about eco issues were sadly lacking. Still there's always next year !
We do however, have the winners of our free Roadstone Plaques following our newpaper appeal, here's their entries, I'll show you the pics of the plaques as soon as we get them made !
|Great action shot from Yorkshire Trike Tours showing our local Ilkley landmark|
"The Cow & Calf Rocks"
|A fabulous & very rare Austin A30 pick up, one of only about 100 made|
|Nice to see the old guys represented in the form of a 1932 Morris|
|And a shot of an early Mini from a guy who clearly believes that Minis weren't short enough to begin with and who needs a roof anyway !|
A pretty diverse bunch I'm sure you'll agree and destined for fame by featuring on our first comprehensive leaflet promoting Roadstone Car Plaques, set to become the hottest ticket in town for classic vehicle enthusiasts.
To see these vehicles in the flesh and receive their Fantastic Free Roadstone Plaques, you need to get down to the Burley-in-Wharfedale Classic Car Show on Sunday August 18th. Google Burley Summer Festival to get details on location. It would be great to see you there.
Obviously, for our followers from the corners of the globe, it's one hell of a commute just to see a classic car show but I'll make sure I get loads of pics at the event and post a selection of them here for you to have a peep at !
And just think, if you like what you see, then don't miss out & be among the first to own one. These amazing plaques can be yours by contacting me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Use the reference: Car Plaque Blog to claim a 10% discount for my faithful followers
It really doesn't matter where you are in the world, I know we can get one to your doorstep.
See you there ! Jules.