Events coming this week…

From the chance to see behind the scenes of a tram restoration to a dog show there’s an eclectic mix of events over the coming week…

Brighton Tram 53 Open Weekend

Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May – 1100-1600 both days

For the last 14 years a group of enthusiasts have been restoring the last of Brighton’s trams – no. 53 which only ran for two years between 1937 and 1939. This open weekend will give you the chance to see behind the scenes of recent progress on the restoration with free refreshments and tram items for sale.

The tram is located just north of the Chanctonbury Ring car park, off the A283 north of Steyning above Shoreham. You can walk to the site from Steyning, along the footpath that joins the Chanctonbury ring road.

Barking Mad – A Day Out with You Dog

Crich Tramway Village

Sunday 19th May

A dog show in conjunction with Just for Dogs, Ashbourne with 10 categories up for grabs! Small additional charge to the dog show.

Chesterfield and Kings Lynn MG Car Club Visit

Crich Tramway Village

Sunday 19th May

Cars from the Chesterfield and Kings Lynn MG Car Clubs visit Crich between 1200 and 1400 allowing for some unique photo opportunities.

Driver’s Eye Experience

Seaton Tramway

Sunday 19th May

A mini driver experience giving you 40 minutes driving between Colyton and Seaton Wetlands.

And don’t forget that other tramways will be open running a normal service as per their standard operating hours. Check out the Events Diary for more details.

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