PJ Masks are on their way, into the night to save the day! Catboy and Owlette will be appearing during Story Time sessions, led by a narrator, at intervals throughout the day!
The Activity Tent will be open all day with PJ Masks themed activities for the children to enjoy. There will be bouncy castles for children to run off some steam next to our play area, Face Painting next to the Activity Tent and a fun Punch & Judy Show at intervals throughout the day on the platform.
Driver for a Tenner will be running, where you can drive a locomotive for £10, the Miniature Railway will be open all day and there will be Brake Van rides.
To add to your fun, you will be able to ride the steam train as many times as you like, look around our Engine Shed and Workshop, visit our shop, before putting your feet up for a bite in the Whistlestop Cafe. Phew!
Fares on the day are as follows:
Adults £15, Concession £14, Child £13, Family £48.
Children under 2 years go free.
The timetable for the day will be:
Trains run at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm.
Meet Catboy and Owlette at:
10.15am - Waving the train off from the platform.
11.15am - Story telling on the lawn.
12.15pm - Story telling on the lawn.
1.15pm - Story telling on the lawn.
2.15pm - Story telling on the lawn.
3.15pm - Waving the train off from the platform.
(The East Somerset Railway reserves the right to vary any of the train and appearance times of this event and please listen for any changes over the station tannoy).
*For parents information* PJ Masks is a preschool series that centres on three young superheroes who fight crime at night and live otherwise normal lives during the day. The stories are rich with examples of positive social behavior, from thinking before you act to making and accepting apologies when they are warranted. The heroes rely on teamwork to foil the villains plans, and the bad guys often trip up because they are being selfish or mean. Kindly taken from Common Sense Media website.
For the official PJ Masks website please click here
To view an episode based on a train please click here