After having to miss out last year, we are delighted to announce that this year the Carol Service at Horsted Keynes station will take place on TUESDAY 7 DECEMBER starting at 7.30pm.
Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, and an evening of Carols at the Bluebell Railway is certain to bring Christmas cheer and leave you with a warm glow!
Led by Bluebell Railway Chaplain, The Reverend David Howland, with music from The Bluebell Railway Band, our traditional Carol Service is a firm annual favourite.
The King George V Buffet will be open from 6pm selling festive snacks and mulled wine.
Please note – unfortunately there will be no train service on the evening. Participants will need to make their own way to and from Horsted Keynes station – the station has a large free car-park.
Admission is free as always, but a Retiring Collection will be made to be shared between the Bluebell Railway, St Giles Church, Horsted Keynes and The Bluebell Railway Band.
We look forward to welcoming you once again!
In line with current Government guidelines, we recommend visitors wear a face covering in crowded indoor and outdoor areas.