The RNLI are planning a fundraising event with a difference next month with a chance to relive the amazing age of steam. On Saturday 27 October it’ll be all aboard the train for a memorable steam-driven ride through the beautiful Purbeck Hills to Harman’s Cross and all to help raise funds for the charity that saves lives at sea.
The magical experience will begin at 9.45am when the Swanage Railway Station will host the departure of this special journey to Harman’s Cross. As Selina Taylor, Community Fundraising Manager explains, the steam experience will be the start of an entertaining and educational family day out;
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‘We’ve organised refreshments too with lunch boxes for the children and ploughman’s lunches for the adults – all available to buy at Harman’s Cross Village Hall. I reckon we’ve thought of everything for a family wanting to enjoy something a little bit different on an autumn day in October.’
Tickets, at £5 per person, are available from the Swanage RNLI shop or by emailing Selina Taylor on Selina_Taylor@rnli.org.uk The day begins at 9.45am and ends at 2pm. All proceeds will go to the work of the RNLI in the Dorset area.