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In Walsingham this week? Unique opportunity to take an evening ride on our magical narrow gauge railway, followed by the new BFI railway archive film compilation, Britain on Film: Railways. Follows the journey of trains and rail in Britain since 1898.

See where Walsingham fits in to the picture!
Join us for an extra special film show on Thursday 28th September at 6pm with a special return train trip from Wells with the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway


The journey of Britain's railways captured on film from 1898.

Unique chance to travel to Walsingham by a special evening train from Wells, followed by this archive film screening!

Britain on Film: Railways is a major new collection of rare archive films charting the history of the UK's railways and bringing home the romance and heady freedoms offered by train travel as it expanded across the country in the early 20th century. A nostalgic and evocative collection of films which document not just the glories of the railway, but also the changing social, political and economic climates of the 20th century.

Reservations advisable, space is limited!

Train 6pm from Wells Station, Coast Road, Wells next the Sea, NR23 1QB.
Doors open for cinema ticket sales/refreshments at Walsingham Parish Hall, NR22 6AA from 6.30pm (short walk from Walsingham station)
Film programme begins c. 7pm
Return train departs at approx 9pm after the film

Special return train fares
Adult return £6.50, child return £4.50.
To reserve seats enquire at Wells
or phone 01328 711630
or email:

Cinema tickets
Adult £4, members £3.50, child £3.
To reserve seats email

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Unique chance to combine a rare evening ride on the Wells & Walsingham Light Railway with a screening of this new compilation of little-seen archive footage. An entertaining look at Railways in Britain since 1898.

Walsingham has its own place in the history of railways. Our village station closed in the Sixties but is now a thriving small museum, as well as an Orthodox chapel open daily to pilgrims and other visitors seeking peace and history in our historic village.

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Walsingham village news. We wish Her Majesty the Queen a very happy birthday. Long may she reign.
Please join us in the centre of the village as we light the beacon to mark the Queen's 90th birthday. Part of the national chain of beacons to be lit across the country. Ours will be lit at 8.30pm, the historic beacon atop the ancient Pump in Common Place, Walsingham NR22 6BP

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Join in the lighting of our village beacon to mark the Queen's 90th Birthday. The beacon on the village Pump in Common Place will be lit on Thursday 21st April at 8.30pm

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Come to Walsingham to try The Norfolk Riddle, the Black Lion Hotel and Great Walsingham Barns Café
Lovely places to eat in Norfolk ... and don't forget Deepdale Cafe next door too - Spoilt for choice!

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