North Wales is synonymous with plenty of great sights and sounds but perhaps it doesn’t quite get the recognition it deserves for its services in keeping traditional steam trains alive and well. One organisation that do all they can to deliver the traditional transport to the public is Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways.
If you’re staying with us at West Point holiday parks in Snowdonia, there are some great days out with the popular service that you have to check out over the coming month.
Jazz in the Park – 21st of August
Jazz fan? Then climb aboard for a fantastic day out which celebrates the smoothest of music styles. Dr Jazz will be performing all of the crowd favourites at Tan Y Bwlch station so don’t miss out. Oh, and as if you needed any more incentive, there will also be a delicious BBQ.
Tea & Fun in the Park at Tan Y Bwlch – 25th of August
In the last of a series of great events, experience Tea & Fun in the Park if you get off at Tan Y Bwlch. It could be the perfect day out for the youngsters as they can get involved in games and a nature trail whilst you take a trip around the stalls and enjoy one or two treats for you sweet tooth.
Food on the Move Trains –19th to 21st of August
The Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways (or Festrail as it’s known) is about more than just travelling around on steam trains and enjoying the view. You can also tuck into some fantastic dining from a rich and varied menu. People of all ages are catered for so don’t miss out on some Bangers & Mash as you whizz around the Snowdonia National Park.
Super-Power Weekend – 12th to 14th of August
Although nothing concrete has been announced yet about what to expect, the organisers are expecting big things from this weekend of steam fun. Big as in 2ft gauge steam locomotives providing a fascinating sight for all so don’t miss out on it.
For more information on the following, be sure to check out the Ffestiniog & Welsh Highland Railways website at festrail.co.uk, call them on 01766 516000 or email email@example.com. With little time to go until these events go full steam ahead, make sure you don’t miss out.
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