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Winter Outside Working

Winter Outside WorkingWith Crich Tramway Village being closed to the public for only a week, our team have wasted no time getting stuck into a busy schedule of winter maintenance tasks across the site. Watch this space for further updates or why not get in touch to volunteer and become...

Special Local Hero Announced for Special Event

Special Local Hero Announced for Special EventFollowing a search for a local hero to switch on the illuminations at Crich Tramway Village’s Starlight Extravaganza, the winner is police dog PD Axle, from the Derbyshire Police Dog Section who was nominated as a local hero by Tammy and Darren Barnes from Belper. PD...

Community Day – Saturday 20th October 2018

Community Day at Crich Tramway Village Saturday 20th October is Community Day at Crich Tramway Village, when local residents living within 5 miles of Crich can visit the venue for free on production of proof of residence. In addition, as a thank you to the Heritage...

Crich Tramway Village Voted Group Friendly Attraction

Crich Tramway Village Voted Group Friendly AttractionWe are delighted to have been voted Group Travel World’s latest Group Friendly Attraction, and will be featured in their September issue of the magazine. The award is voted for by readers of Group Travel World Magazine, so we would like to thank all those who...

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...

Joseph Leads the Way on Father’s Day

Joseph Leads the Way on Father’s DayCrich Tramway Village will be running their 1874 Sheffield 15 horse tram on Wednesday 13th and Sunday 17th June. Joseph the Shire horse will be pulling the horse tram between 11am and 4pm and on 17th June, and the conductor will be, volunteer, Joseph Burberry, so...

1913 Barnsley & District Motor Bus

1913 Barnsley & District Motor BusIn January this year, we began an appeal to raise funds for the purchase of Car No. 5, a trial tramway replacement service bus operated by Barnsley & District Electric Traction Company, from and later by British Electric Traction Group. Thanks to the generosity...

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.