Blog Posts from January 2016

Stunt Double Signed Up for Bands at Crich Event

Stunt Double Signed Up for Bands at Crich Event  Derbyshire duo ‘Stunt Double’ have been secured for our Bands at Crich event on Saturday 30th April 2016. The singing duo consist of Jon Alex a professional club and corporate entertainer for over 20 years and Chris Firminger. Chris plays guitar in several bands...

Douglas Horse Tram to be Discontinued

Douglas Horse Tram to be Discontinued  We are disappointed to learn that the Douglas horse tram service is to be discontinued. Members might like to read more on the Douglas Borough Council website. Our thoughts are with the affected staff and horses.  A great tradition has been lost. We will continue to...

Drive It!

Drive It!  Imagine driving Liverpool 869. There are two ways that this can be achieved, either by joining our Traffic Department as a volunteer crew member or by purchasing an ‘Ultimate Tram Driving Experience’. Becoming a crew member could eventually lead to driving 869 which...

Work Continues on Outdoor Playground

Work Continues on Outdoor Playground  Work continues on the new outdoor playground. Progress has been made on putting down the hardcore and creating a drainage channel, thanks to the mild weather so far. The work is on schedule to be completed before the day we open on 19th March...

Volunteer News

Volunteer News  One of the Crich Tramway Village signs was knocked off when a marquee escaped and blew into it during high winds at the end of 2015. The skill of our dedicated volunteers has enabled pieces to be welded back onto the ornate metal frame and the sign is being...

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