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July 2022

The Roaring 20s

Sun 10th July
Charleston a Go-Go

Fun and flappers! Step back in time to the 1920s and enjoy live music, plus dancing from Charleston a Go-Go!

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Dinosaur Day

Sat 16th July
Dinosaur Day

A day like no other in this 'Jurassic takeover'. Meet the dinosaurs, walk the dinosaur trail and even learn ranger skills!

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Model Trams Operating

Sun 17th July
Robert Whetstone Tram A

If you love model trams the Robert Whetstone layouts will be operating in the Great Exhibition Hall and will show a range of tramcars not represented in the full scale tramcar collection on the following dates in 2022: Sunday 17th July Sunday 9th October Robert Whetstone Tatra Tram

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Yarn Bombing

Sat 23rd July - Sun 24th July
Yarn Bombing Bike

Join in and get creative as we yarn bomb - simple woolly activities in which everyone can get involved! The trail we create will be on display until 7th August at Crich Tramway Village.

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Sounds Local

Sat 30th July - Sun 31st July
Stunt Double

A great day with live music from local musicians creating a feel-good weekend for all to enjoy. Take in the exhibitions, take a vintage tram ride and wander along the Woodland Walk and Sculpture Trail. Music Programme: Saturday 30th July Learning Centre Stunt Double 11.30am - 1.30pm Steve Bliss 2.00pm - 4.00pm pmBandstand Derwent Wind Band 1.00pm - 3.00pm Town End Ripley Morris 2.00pm & 3.00pm Sunday 31st July Learning Centre Silver Sax Solo 11.30am - 1.30pm Rakestone 2.00pm -…

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August 2022

Build It!

Mon 1st August - Tue 2nd August
LEGO® Mosaic

Following the success of the LEGO® Mosaic building by the Bandstand in 2018 and 2019, Fairy Bricks will be back with an all new design for you to help create an incredible LEGO® built picture. Thousands of bricks will be combined together to build something spectacular! (Photos are from previous years). Mosaic 2019

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Sounds of the 1950s and 60s

Sat 13th August - Sun 14th August
1950s Dance

Let us create memories! Get nostalgic with a lively weekend of music from these popular decades. Plus, the chance to watch a short film from the only mobile cinema in operation from the 1960s! Vintage trams running into the Derbyshire countryside from 10am to 5pm (every 15 minutes). If you have a vehicle manufactured in the 1950s or 1960s and would like to bring it to this event to park outside our Red Lion pub, please email: candida.colgravebell@tramway.co.uk . We…

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Discovery Week

Mon 15th August - Fri 19th August
Discovery - Electric Power

Bring the family for five days of fun learning. Discover Albert, the horse tram driver, at the Cabman's Shelter at Wakebridge on Monday 15th and Thursday 18th August. Science boffins will captivate and encourage you in the Exhibition Hall on Tuesday 16th and Wednesday 17th August, plus craft activities, the 'great tram race' and more! Albert Vick

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Model Tram and Railway Exhibition

Sat 20th August - Sun 21st August
Reading Model Tram

Back by popular demand is our Model Tram and Railway Exhibition. Come and see the amazing working lay-outs and chat to their creators. Ten layouts, including the Whiteleaf Tramway, showing the largest assembly of Belgium G scale Vicinal rolling stock to be seen in the UK, and Camwell's View, a layout which shows a section of street track somewhere on the Bristol Road, Birmingham in 1952.Event organiser, John Huddlestone, said: “We’ve been inundated with requests from exhibitors to once again…

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Woodland Week

Mon 22nd August - Fri 26th August
Girls with Stained Glass -

Embrace nature with us in this popular outdoor activity week for all the family. The event is aimed at families and has a woodland and environmental theme.  Enjoy willow weaving with Chaz of Wayside Willow and stories with Maria throughout the week. Visit the display by Mid Derbyshire Badger Group at Wakebridge and discover the countryside trails and woodland crafts.

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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.