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Brighton and Hove children treated to a Bluebell railway adventure
Children clambered aboard the Bluebell Railway last Wednesday for a special journey.
Thanks to Brighton and Hove Parents and Children’s Group, more than 80 children and parents were given the chance to take a trip on one of the railway’s old steam trains.
Brighton and Hove Parents and Children’s Group gives families exciting days out, which they might not be able to afford otherwise.
Youngsters gazed excitedly out of the windows as they chugged along the track.
After the fun of riding on the trains, the group stopped for a picnic in Sheffield Park in Uckfield followed by an ice cream treat.
A spokesman for Brighton and Hove Parents and Children’s Group said: “It was a beautiful day. Everybody had a great time and the weather was great.
“We try to give families the chance to do something different.
The children had a great time looking at the trains and it was actually a longer journey than we had planned.”
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