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The Railway Children performed at Baysgarth House on Sunday (Aug 8)

The Pendle Storytellers Theatre perform that all-time favourite The Railway Children. on Sunday (August 8).  This enchanting tale follows the fortunes and adventures of Roberta, Peter and Phyllis after they move from London to a house near a railway line in the country. Roberta reads an old newspaper and discovers where their father really is and all the children take part in an adventure of a lifetime.

Funded by Barton Town Council and Barton Lions the show takes place in front of Baysgarth House during starting at 2pm.  Bring a chair or a rug a picnic and a friend, just turn up and choose your spot on the grass and enjoy the show.  Although the shows are free,  donations are always welcome as it helps us increase the number of shows we can put on. Parking is limited to disabled parking in the Museum car park but there is plenty of on road parking on Brigg Road and up at the Baysgarth Hub.


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