Charity Tramathon on Metrolink

A group of volunteers are to take part in a “Tramathon” on Manchester Metrolink to raise money for the Delamere Charitable Trust, a local special educational needs charity. The event, due to take place on Thursday 29 May, will see the group of fundraisers travelling across the whole Metrolink network calling at each destination along the 48 miles of track.

The Delamere Charitable Trust provides specialist educational support services for Jewish children with special educational needs, particularly those with social and communication difficulties arising from autism, ADHD, dyslexia and other similar disorders.

Transport for Greater Manchester and Metrolink are supporting the daylong event which comes in the same week as £3,400 was raised for The Christie and Francis House Hospice through the T68 Farewell trip on Monday.

Anyone who wishes to donate to the Delamere Charitable Trust can do so by visiting their website at

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1 Response to Charity Tramathon on Metrolink

  1. Jason Craig says:

    The T68s have been in service for 22 years/since 1992.I will ride on 1007 in Heaton Park and hopefully 1016 will survive with 1007.Half of a T68 is in the Museum of Transport in Cheetham Hill.Bye bye T68s.Hello M5000s.

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