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Christmas Card

Available now at Stogumber Station and all profits will go towards the cattle dock and waiting room.

Thanks to Robin White for capturing the moment.

These A5 cards include a short message inside “Season’s Greetings” and a statement identifying the station on the back page.

The prices which include envelopes are

single  …………   £1

pack of 5 cards  ………… £4

available while stocks last.

Details of a postal system to purchase cards will be given here soon.

5 for £4 has got to be a good deal.

 

Rock Choir

Last weeked we were treated to a performance from the Taunton Rock Choir and Peter Cox has kindly recorded it for us.

New Postcards

We have ordered two new postcards for this station, the “Cream Tea” postcard, available free with a cream tea, and a new version of the “Station in the Garden” both available only at Stogumber Station.

Churns

Four milk churns were stolen last Monday from this station, if anyone has any information please pass this  on to the police.

These were the majority of our collection of churns. The few remaining churns have been secured and will be security marked. It was a wilful and criminal act and we are keen for the perpetrators to be apprehended.

 

More progress at Stogumber Station

We thank Station Master Bob Preston for the latest evidence of more progess to the cattle dock at the station, for the helpers on Wednesday and Thursday who contribute to this and to Chris Moss for making the shelter.

repair to the brickwork platform …

 

and a new shelter … in memory of Alan Bines.

High Park Community Music Group

We had a visit from High Park Community Music Group from Wiveliscombe who found our garden an ideal place to play. Our garden was packed out again as it was the previous weekend. Thanks to Peter Cox for the photographs.

 

 

 

Diesel Gala

Thank you to all our supporters who came to see the engines from our garden. They found our garden to be an ideal place for such an activity. It was  a special weekend for Stogumber as we had the Stogumber Music Festival and the Wild Flower meadow all open with many free events. Here are a few pictures to remind you of

…the diesels …..

… the flowers….

 

 

 

 

 

…the festival ….

Somerset Day at Stogumber Station

There was a excellent display of homemade produce with jams, marmalade, cakes and honey. It was a wonderful day and here are a few photographs with grateful thanks to Peter Cox.

Bunting adorns the station building.

Jenny and Mary enjoy the weather and garden.

The garden with the gazebo and many people enjoying the atmosphere.

 

 

Somerset Day

Saturday May 11 is SOMERSET DAY

Enjoy Somerset Day at Stogumber Station and

  • buy local produce especially honey and jam
  • see the model exhibit
  • see the progress on the cattle dock project
  • sit in our blooming wonderful garden
  • enjoy refreshments including a cream tea