SVR’s summer goes on…

Travel back to the heyday of the seaside holiday, with deckchairs, candy floss and Punch and Judy shows.
From Saturday 20 July until Sunday 1 September, Severn Valley Railway’s Highley Station will host a range of attractions including giant indoor and outdoor games, Hi-De-Hi summer camp-themed shows, cinema and a dressing up photo point, while Bridgnorth will host a station treasure hunt, vintage bus rides and competitions on selected dates throughout the holidays.
Any family purchasing a £49 Family Freedom of the Line ticket (valid for two adults and up to four children) can come back to enjoy another great day out for just £19.70 until the end of the summer holidays.
For more information visit svr.co.uk or call 01562 757900.

…and on!
The second of this year’s colourful, flag-waving Step Back to the 1940s weekends arrives at the Severn Valley Railway on Saturday 6 July. There’ll be live music, re-enactments and entertainment all along the line, plus an evening Big Band Show on the Saturday, featuring the Kalamazoo Band.

Arley will host a wartime wedding, Royal Army Medical Corps Advanced Dressing Station, Anderson Air Raid Shelter, a replica WWI tank, wedding dress display, live music and more. The battle returns to Highley alongside an allied encampment and the Engine House will host a vintage marketplace, while at Bridgnorth, visitors can show their ID cards and take selfies in the ARP shelter, see an exhibition about RAF Bridgnorth, browse vintage stalls and see live entertainment.

Visit svr.co.uk or call 01562 757900 for more information

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