18th - 19th May 2013 at Fawley Hill
STEAM AND VINTAGE WEEKEND
Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May 2013
The event will celebrate the Centenary of Fawley's resident Hudswell Clarke 060 Saddle Tank Engine No 31.
She has worked for Sir William's family all her life and for the past 48 years has been happily pulling wagon loads of visitors up the steepest standard gauge gradient in the world at Fawley Hill.
This will be a celebration of all forms of transport:
from BICYCLES to PLANES and MACHINERY: from HORSE-DRAWN PLOUGHS to PLOUGHING ENGINES to JCB'S and, being Fawley Hill, (animal sanctuary) there will be ANIMALS too.
At the simplest level: we envisage charities hosting hospitality areas - to which they will sell tickets: to include entry of course. Obviously they can do more than this if they wish. This works well and gives everyone a slice of the cake.
If you are interested in attending, please email email@example.com
ANY COMPANY WISHING TO SPONSOR ANY PART OF THE EVENT IS URGED TO CONTACT FAWLEY HILL.
Fawley Hill, Fawley, Henley-on-Thames, RG9 6JA | 01491 571373 | firstname.lastname@example.org
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