All clogged up and nowhere to go
Well, here we are again. Another crisp autumn morning for our walk to school. The wet summer almost seems like a distant memory as we haul today’s collection of musical instruments and sports kit down to school. There was less patience in the air this morning, ably demonstrated by the vehicles carrying on regardless – leading to cars mounting the pavement to get past.
A couple of tractors bombed past us towards school. Apparently, they caused mayhem further down the road. I’m also told that, a few minutes earlier, the number 73 bus “increased speed as went past no82 Broad Lane to ‘fly’ down the road towards Audlem”. Well that’s good.
Traffic felt to be clogging up the road both sides of the school, making the journey to school all the more challenging for everyone. First the two tractors, then impatient cars and finally an articulated lorry gummed up the works.
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