Steam Teas with West Somerset Railway

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Steam Teas with West Somerset Railway
2.35pm 26th October 2017

Somerset Wildlife Trust's special fundraiser returns for a second year and is proud to present the 'Steam Tea Wildlife Special' steam train ride with special VIP guest — Val Stones from TV's 'Great British Bake Off'. Val will be enjoying a cream tea with you, enjoying the stunning Somerset countryside and judging scones and jam on the way!

Meet at West Somerset Railway, The Railway Station, Bishops Lydeard, Taunton, Somerset TA4 3RU at 2.35pm.
For more information please contact 01823 652400. To book your ticket, please go to http://www.somersetwildlife.org/Steam_Tea_Event_Tickets
£29.00 for adults, £14.00 for children under 16

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