SUMMER SOCIAL GATHERING EVENT – Now SOLD OUT

The organisers of this event are extremely sorry, but very gratefully announce that it is now SOLD OUT following a rush to get the last places available.

The Provincial Grand Chapter of Yorkshire, West Riding via the Sponsoring Chapter: Universities Chapter, Yorkshire No.4047 are hosting a SUMMER SOCIAL GATHERING EVENT on the Evening of Saturday 14th July 2018 with a Fish & Chips & Real Ale Steam Train Charter with the Embsay & Bolton Abbey Steam Railway.
Only £20 per person including Supper. – Chapter or Lodge Tables of Four @ £80. – Hurry as tickets are going fast.
All RA and Craft members are welcome, bring your partners, family & friends. Casual dress code.

Please join us for a summer evening of friendly family fun…
– 6.15pm for 7.00pm departure from Bolton Abbey Station. Event will end at about 10.00pm
– Plenty of free car parking.
– Railway café and gift shop open prior to departure.
– The Elland Silver Training Band will be playing a 30 minute pre-departure Brass Band recital on the platform at Bolton Abbey Station 18.30 – 19.00,
– Two full-return steam-hauled trips of the 4 mile long scenic preserved Dales line.
– Opportunities to visit the footplate, meet the loco crew and take photos.
– Delicious West Riding Fish & Chips served at your seat (from Bizzie Lizzies in Skipton).
– Vegetarian option available – Baked Jacket Potato with Cheese / Baked Beans / Coleslaw
– At seat cash bar service serving local craft ales, wines, spirits, hot & cold drinks etc
– Fun General Knowledge quiz competition. –
– Maximum 150 seats available (Chapter/Lodge table bookings of 4 people are encouraged)
– Why not make a full day of it and visit Bolton Abbey, the Strid, Skipton Castle, Billy Bob’s Parlour and other local tourist attractions?
– B&B and hotel accommodation available locally.
– Will be supported by the ME Grand Superintendent and other Rulers.
– Flyer and Ticket booking form below:

RA Steam Train Flyer 2018 RA Steam Train Application Form 2018


Posted in Area 3, Provincial News on June 7th, 2018 by Richard Peel

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