Blog: Community

Ripley Rattlers Inspire Local Artist

Ripley Rattlers Inspire Local ArtistThe photograph above shows, from left to right: Dani Kirk; Christine Shawcross and Ruth Gray. Ruth Gray, a local artist from Belper, has generously donated an original painting of a ‘Ripley Rattler’ to Dani Kirk of the Tramway Museum’s catering staff and...

Volunteers Raise Funds

Volunteers Raise FundsSome of the Crich Tramway Village volunteers, who also work at Nottingham Express Transit (NET) have raised funds for two charities. A special trip to NET was advertised at £30 per ticket and included a behind-the-scenes tour of the Wilkinson Street depot and trip on...

Youngest Tram Driver at Crich

Ryan Breen has become the youngest motorman (tram driver) at Crich Tramway Village at just 19 years old, after passing his test in April 2017 following training since March 2014. Ryan is a regular volunteer at Crich, and is keen to put his new skill to good use in a...

Four Weeks and Counting

Four Weeks and CountingA small army of people (consisting of contractors, our employees and dedicated volunteers) are working hard to be ready in time for the fast approaching season. Stephenson Place is a hive of activity, with contractors using scaffolding to access and repair the roof of...

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