Colne Valley Railway will be ‘at War’

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The Colne Valley Railway in Castle Hedingham is once again holding a “Colne Valley at War” day on Sunday, July 13.

The day consists of a re-creation of a small village railway station during the 1940’s and will have re-enactors dressed in costume appropriate to the 1940’s era, along with some vehicles and displays.

At 3pm, there will be a short service of remembrance led by a local vicar and assisted by the Royal British Legion to remember those killed in all wars and conflicts.

Gates will open at 10.30am and tickets, which include entry to all the railway’s facilities and unlimited rides on the trains, cost; adults £9; seniors £7; child £5; family £28 and dogs £2.