We are delighted to have Boxcrazy-Sue Dunnett doing craft sessions for Children on our steam train services on the selected dates shown below. As you can see from the images there are a variety of projects that can be achieved on your journey and which will enhance you and your children's experience of the trip.
The cost of the craft session is a modest £4 extra per Child (payable to Sue on the day, cash or card) and Sue and her helper(s) say there is a minimum of 8 children and maximum of 20 per craft session on any one journey.
You can reserve one or more Child places below and then book your train tickets online in the same transaction, or you can call up to reserve with Sue on 07758 594068 and then book your train tickets at the station when you arrive.
P.S. You could take a trip with Sue and then do a subsequent run in our normal seated accommodation (your Rover travel tickets are valid all day) and both experiences will keep young minds happy and contented, plus Sue's work is truly beautiful too!
Sue will hold her craft workshop as follows:
Monday 27 August on the 11.00 and 12.15 departures from Chinnor.
Thursday 30 August on the 10.30 and 12.00 departures from Chinnor.
The return journey takes approximately 50 minutes in duration.
| IN ADVANCE: BY 20.00
ON DAY BEFORE TRAVEL
| ON THE DAY:
WALK-UP & BUY
| ONLINE AGENCY:
|Child* (5-15 yrs)||£1||£1||£2 per complete booking|
|Adult (16-59 yrs)||£11||£12|
|Senior (60+ yrs)||£9||£10|
|Adult National Railcard holder#||£9||£10|
|Child (0-4 yrs)||£ Free||£ Free|
*From 22 July until 2 September 2018 inclusive and every day in-between that the railway runs, e.g. every Sunday and each Thursday - up to two children (5-15 yrs) go for just £1 each when accompanied by any fare-paying Adult (16-59 yrs), Senior (60+ yrs), or Adult National Railcard holder.
# Named holder(s) shown on National Railcard.
If you miss the previous evening's advance booking deadline then do please just come along and buy your tickets on the day - just allow a little extra time to buy your travel tickets at the station and see Sue on the train - thank you.