Cat's Britain - Letchworth Garden City
Letchworth Garden City! Is it a garden, is it a city?
Is it a dump, or is it quite pretty? I went to find out!
And true to it's name, Letchworth Garden City is a garden in a city!
Letchworth has got bins, people, houses and cars, and two chimneys
toxis fumes into the environment. Whoo!
Why not take a decoration tip from the good folk of Letchworth?
If you've got any old fences, or gates that you've robbed from a
football ground or something, than why not screw them to the side
of your house and put some plastic flowers in them. I think you'll
agree, it looks beautiful!
Letchworth is also known for it's abundance of factories. I went
to a factory that made bits for cars. I'd rather have gone to a
cat food factory, but they said I wasn't allowed in case I went
In Letchworth they're trying out a new scheme, where they replace
glass windows with wooden ones. I think you'll agree, the effect
Letchworth has got some very funny shop names, my favourites:
> Andrew Merry M.S.c F.C.O.p.t.o.m.
> 21CH, I think he was in Star Wars, The Phantom Menace
> Dead Swan
There was even a place called The Wynd! Pffrrt.
People think that Broadway is in New York, but no girlfriend. It's
right here, in Letchworth Garden City! I went to see if I could
find any plays. Sadly there were no productions open on Broadway,
but I did see an old man with a carrier bag stuck to his foot!
So, to conclude:
> I didn't find out what a Letch was worth, but I think it's
> For legal reasons I have to retract my earlier statement about
spewing from them two chimneys. It is in fact fresh air.
> for legal reasons, I must point out that '21CH' is not a character
Wars: The Phantom Menace'. If he had have been, he would have been
crud, like Jar Jar Binks. Oh, for legal reasons, I must retract