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August 2022

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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Teddy Bear’s Picnic

Sun 28th August - Mon 29th August
Mr Bear

Bring your own teddy bear and picnic for the Crich Tramway Teddy Bear's Picnic on Sunday and Bank Holiday Monday. Enjoy children's entertainment  from 12.30pm  - 2.30pm. Follow the 'Teddy Trail' on the woodland walk from Wakebridge to Derwent View, and look out for live teddy appearances. Can you find our woodland teddy bear sculpture?

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September 2022

Steampunk Weekend

Sat 10th September - Sun 11th September
Group with tram in background

Our ever popular Steampunk event, in conjunction with Steampunks Always Welcome- Lincoln, is set to return for two amazing days this year! Enjoy the alternative history combined with science fantasy and fun for all the family from 10am - 5.00pm each day. Ever tried 'Tea dunking'? Come along and learn from the experts!  If you are a Steampunk re-enactor, you can pre-book tickets. Booking forms available from August 2022.

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Tram Day

Sat 17th September
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It may sound obvious - Tram Day, but this is a special day when most of our operational trams will be running. You'll be spoilt for choice to experience the thrill of riding on different vintage electric trams. Which will be your favourite?

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October 2022

Model Trams Operating

Sun 9th October
Tatra T3

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 this day.

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Community Weekend

Sat 15th October - Sun 16th October
Artshare Workshops at Crich Tramway Village

A chance to take part in our Art Workshops. Free admission to residents who live within 5 miles of Crich. Proof of residency required.  

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Autumn Fun

Mon 24th October - Thu 27th October
Painting 2015

Bring the children during half term! Four days of family fun (Monday - Thursday) with creative activities, storytelling and entertainment

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