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EVENTS 2016

MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S STEAM

Saturday 25th June - The Carvery is now Sold Out

Celebrate the Midsummer with an evening service of steam trains!

Outdoor Theatre 'The Signalman'

Sat 25th June

Origins Theatre present a special performance of the Charles Dickens story, The Signalman on our Woodland Stage...

The 1940s EXPERIENCE

2nd and 3rd July

Extraordinary Times … Extraordinary People! Inspired music and dance … Silk stockings and military machines … Men in uniforms and spivs doing deals – pure nostalgia!

MOTOR SHOW in conjunction with IW Traders

9th and 10th July

The perfect opportunity to see all the latest models from all the major manufacturers on display in one place!

ISLAND STEAM DAYS - July

10th July

Head back to the 1940s to discover how the railways provided our daily transport needs...

REAL ALE TRAIN

16th July

A summer evening of trains and fine ale … Join us for a convivial and most agreeable evening as the train takes you to the ale!

JAGUAR CLASSIC CAR SHOW

Sunday 24th July

Jaguar – An iconic brand! See superb examples of this British motoring marque from the past 40 years all on display in one place! A must for all car enthusiasts!

THE RAILWAY FOLK

31st July, 1st and 2nd August

This year the Railway Folk are down on the farm, or, at least, the farm comes to the Railway Folk!

VICTORIAN WEEKEND

6th and 7th August

A living, breathing historical experience … Rediscover a forgotten world of travelling theatre, Victorian maids, songs from the music halls and steam train travel.

ISLAND STEAM DAYS - August

Sunday 14th August

Head back to the 1940s to discover how the railways provided our daily transport needs...