milk float


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milk float

Brit a small motor vehicle used to deliver milk to houses
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Now demand is so high Mark has spent PS3,000 refurbishing a 45-yearold milk float to its original state, which will now be used on the Rumney route in the city.
Seddon hijacked the milk float before it left the depot in Anfield, dragging the driver out of his seat before rampaging through the streets of Everton at 8am on June 19.
A family member saw a similar venture using a milk float on the internet and mentioned it to us.
By travelling on his milk float from Land's End to John O'Groats, and through a range of sponsored walks and other fundraising initiatives, Trevor has done a huge amount to support the Rainbow Trust in its vital work in helping children with serious illnesses.
It was 1956 and - just like the tale of the ugly duckling - a redundant milk float was transformed into a swan.
Police patrols were alerted and scoured the area for the milk float.
A milk float see in EastEnders <B was sold at auction for PS2,300
Drove a milk float while drunk in Bedlington on May 29.
Once again, they won't have any cash, although they will be travelling in a three-tonne, 1980s electric milk float, but seeing as it has a top speed of 17mph, they're not going to be breaking any records when it comes to time.
It can also be sold from a vehicle classed as a shop premises, such as a milk float.
Two brothers are celebrating after setting a world speed record in an electric car-made from a Beetle and a milk float.