Blog: Community

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...

We Need Volunteer Tram Crew

We Need Volunteer Tram CrewBe part of a team that works hard and is committed to consistent high standards whilst enjoying a strong sense of camaraderie and the satisfaction that comes from a challenging job well done. There are three roles within the Traffic Department and every member of the...

Time to think of volunteering

Time to think of volunteeringIt is only six weeks to the start of the 2017 season at Crich! Our employees and volunteers have been working throughout the winter carrying out the repairs, maintenance, preparation and planning required before a tram wheel can turn in passenger service once more....

Win Tickets to watch Sheffield United at home!

Win Tickets to watch Sheffield United at home!An opportunity to win a pair of hospitality tickets for the home match between Sheffield United and Charlton Athletic on Saturday 18th March 2017, kick-off at 3.00pm. For many decades, until the ‘Last Tram’ in 1960, Sheffield’s trams were a popular form of transport...

Crich Tramway Village is a brand name for the National Tramway Museum (Accredited with Arts Council England), solely owned and operated by The Tramway Museum Society, incorporated in England with liability by guarantee (no. 744229). Registered charity number 313615. Our ICO number is Z6700136.