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« Saturday April 13, 2019 »
Start: 10:00
End: 16:00

GWR has announced they will open the doors of the Long Rock Maintenance Depot to the public on Saturday 13 April 2019, raising money for the Penlee Lifeboat station and the RNLI.

On display will be a wide range of old and modern trains and locomotives which have played a part in making Cornwall’s railway a success. From the newest high tech, Intercity Express Train to vintage diesel and steam, all will be available for visitors.

There will also be a chance for members of the public to see the new facilities at the depot, following its multimillion modernisation last year.

Start: 11:00
End: 14:00

Free entry – everyone welcome!

Our new exhibition opens tomorrow at 11am. Join us to experience Hayle's early history from the Paleolithic Era to the 5th Century. The Cunaide Stone, a key feature of the exhibition, is a must see.

The team at the Heritage Centre have worked incredibly hard to make everything perfect, so join us in experiencing the story of Hayle's early history.

We're open from 11am-4pm, entry is FREE and all are welcome.

Start: 12:00

Hayle RFC is holding a Beer Festival on 13 April 2019 from 12 noon.

There will be 10 beers, 4 ciders, a hog roast and music for all!

Further details available from Hayle RFC – 01736 753320

Beer festival preparations moving on for this great event. #Bryhers Boys, #Lottee Brown, #Stoned Faced Wellers

Start: 12:15
End: 12:40
A journey to and right across the West Country to far-flung Penzance

Picking up from Warwickshire, Oxfordshire and other stations we head to Cornwall with a journey through some of England’s most attractive scenery on this Saturday excursion. From Bristol we travel right across Somerset into Devon, down the Culm Valley into the Exe Estuary and along the Dawlish sea wall, over the steep gradients of South Devon to Plymouth and across the Tamar on Brunel’s masterpiece, the Royal Albert Bridge, into Cornwall for the following options:

Option A – Par (1200/1645) change here for the Newquay Branch Line and Options B and C.

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