Fun at Audley End Miniature Railway, as Saffron Walden mayor and deputy mayor visit attraction

PUBLISHED: 12:30 17 September 2020

Saffron Walden mayor Heather Asker, deputy mayor Richard Porch and his grandchildren. Picture: Audley End Miniature Railway

Saffron Walden mayor Heather Asker, deputy mayor Richard Porch and his grandchildren. Picture: Audley End Miniature Railway

Audley End Miniature Railway

Saffron Walden mayor Heather Asker, deputy mayor Richard Porch and his grandchildren have visited the newly reopened Audley End Miniature Railway.

Cllr Asker said: “They’ve put an awful lot of work into the attractions to boost what they have got there.

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“It’s just magical.”

The Audley End attraction’s Woodland Adventure Day runs until September 27.

They are open for the first time during the week in the school term for pre-schoolers.

The train is running, the Enchanted Fairy and Elf Walk is open, and the adventure playground is available.


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