As the clouds parted and a full moon shone over Tardis HQ, odd things began to stir.
On the hire desk, in accounts and out in the depot yards, normally placid and gentle folk started to garner a taste for other people’s brains. Flesh began to creep, and an odd green pallor overcame tanker captains and hire desk operators alike.
All found themselves struck with hunger, a hunger a Snickers bar or a pot noodle would no longer satisfy.
As tortured souls in the transport department tapped away at computer keyboards with gnarled withered fingers that occasionally snapped off, the PDAs were loaded with the day’s routes and a worried public cried “they know where we live”.
As tanker wheels rolled, now ravenous zombie hordes made a bee line for the shires and as they drove, the hunger burned inside.
No one will be spared on all hallows eve
Septic and welfare tanks would be emptied and afterwards (once the job was signed for) there’d be feasting aplenty. A juicy kidney for an entrée, a nice bit of neck fillet followed by a good gnaw on a thigh bone on the journey back to the depot.
So, for everyone in the mortal world who’s booked a tank or toilet empty today, a water fill or has a road sweeperjob scheduled. Take a look at the little video we put together and try not to have nightmares.
Happy Halloween from all the ghoulish good folk at Tardis.
A big envelope arrived in the post this week and when we opened it, we were cock a hoop.
A couple of months ago, we put out a Tardis portable toileton loan to one of our clients at a site where a special house conversion was being carried out for a children’s charity. That’s all we knew at the time, but we were happy to help.
We learned that the conversion was being featured in BBC’s DIY SOS TV programme as yet to be aired and the project is a “home from home” for children with cancer.
The organising charity is the quite well known Harry Moseley Help Harry Help Others and as you see from the pictures, the team had quite a job on their hands with the renovation project but as you can also see left a little palace behind them.
And with a lot of hard work…
The Cassidy Family from Stetchford in Birmingham now have a beautifully decorated and restored property to care for three year old Emily who has been undergoing treatment for cancer in the USA.
So, what was in the envelope. As well as the letter of thanks, pictures from the project, a magnificently swish participant’s award with our name on.
Better than an Oscar
We’re so proud of it, we’ll be putting it on proud display in the reception of Tardis HQ in Brownhills.
We’re not aware of the transmission date yet, but when we do get wind, we’ll post it on our social media feeds Twitter, Facebook etc.