Ridgmont Station Heritage Centre fully reopens next Wednesday

Ridgmont Station Heritage Centre will fully reopen on Wednesday 19 May.

In line with the Governments roadmap out of lockdown, the heritage centre can now open it’s doors again to the public and allow inside dining in the Ladies Waiting Room.

Ridgmont has been closed since November last year, but the time hasn’t been wasted. We have been able to make some exciting changes, in keeping with the character of this beautiful building, which you’ll be able to see when you next visit.

You’ll be able to visit the museum again and our volunteer run shop will also be open.

Our tea room will be open for breakfast and lunch, coffee and cake, and we’re taking bookings for afternoon tea.

We’re really looking forward to welcoming you back into this wonderful historic building.

Until then, watch Ridgmont Station Heritage Centre: a building full of memories, a short film created by Christopher Hall of Christopher James Hall Photography.

For the latest information on trains running from Ridgmont Station Heritage Centre, visit the Marston Vale Community Rail Partnership website.

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