CHESTER FOLK FESTIVALS MUSIC TRAIN FROM CHESTER TO PLUMLEY

21st April 2010

The Time Bandits, Roy Clinging and Neil Brookes plus Nick Mitchell and Friends, are playing and singing on the music train and at the Golden Pheasant pub in Plumley. The train leaves Chester at 19:07 and we return at 22:45.

All musicians are well-known local performers who will be playing at the Chester Folk Festival to be held at Kelsall from Friday 28 May to Monday 31 May.

The music train uses one of the regular hourly services on the Mid Cheshire line. There is no charge for the event - just the price of your ordinary train ticket - remember to ask for a Northern Duo if there's two of you; the second person goes half price!

Your 'admission' is the train fare. Other than drinks and food at the pub, there is nothing else to pay - though there is a collection for the musicians at the end.

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