Ingfield Santa Special: Christmas is all about the children so what better way to spend a drizzly cold Sunday on a light railway visiting Santa with Oliver's cousin Freddie. We wrapped up in warm clothes & put the children in waterproofs so we could make the most of the mud & puddles. In the summer we visited a local light railway with Freddie & my sister Lisa, so where excited to return. The train ride was fun & we were greeted by a happy Santa who welcomed each child by name and presented them with a lovely gift. The boys had a great time and when we got back from seeing Father Christmas we managed to convince one of the train drivers to take us on another ride, we had such a giggle & it was great to get some fresh air on a day I would usually hibernate, although think I may need to invest in some ski wear like my sister for next year.... About Ingfield Light Railway Ingfield Light Railway is a privately run, ten and a quarter inch gauge railway in the grounds of Ingfield Manor School. The school is for children who have cerebral palsy and the railway not only helps to raise money but is also great enjoyment for the kids at the various weekends and fundays held throughout the year. The railway is approximately a third of a mile long starting at Haven Road on the edge of the schools playing field, through to Hazel Bank passing through five other stations, see our guided tour page for more information on the track layout and technical information on the railway. All money raised from donations and membership fees goes towards maintenance and upkeep of the railway and the remaining will go to the school. Throughout the year we run various events, fundays and also work and maintenance weekends. New members and volunteers are always welcome! If you wish to visit the railway please contact us in advance as we are a private railway. We can also run charters for societies or groups.
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