Carol Service Train

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Take a journey through the Worth Valley, full of festive cheer and magical carols. The Hall Royd Brass Band will create the soundtrack, accompanying us on the journey throughout the evening. The local Church of England Vicar will lead the evening with an address on the platform at Oxenhope Station at 7.00 pm. The Exhibition Shed will be open where the Buffet will serve snacks and hot & alcoholic drinks from 6.00 pm.

Departing from Oxenhope Station, pausing at stations en route to Keighley to warm up your vocal cords with festive carols on the platform along with the Brass Band. The on-train Bar will be serving hot & cold drinks, along with hand-pulled real ale and mulled wine.

A Pie & Pea supper at Keighley Station will be served before an express service back to Oxenhope Station.

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Carol Service Train (Sold Out)

Type:Railway Event

Haworth Station, Haworth, West Yorkshire, BD22 8NJ
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Season (17 Dec 2022)
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