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VISITOR INFORMATION

2015

 

OPEN April 25th to October 4th   

Saturday to Tuesday 12:00 to 16:00

 

SPECIAL EVENTS

 

 

The large pumping engines will be in operation

on the following dates ONLY.

Sunday 21st June (open 11.00 to 16.30)

Classic & Vintage Cars

Adults £5.00, Concessions £4, Child £2.00

 Family £12.00 (under 6 free)

Click here for more details

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26th July (open 11.00 to 16.30)

“Family Fun Day”

Adults £3.00

Concessions £2.50

Children under 16 FREE but must

be accompanied by an adult.

Click here for more details

 

This is an “OuseFest Event”

OuseFest runs from 20th July to 2nd August

For more details visit

www.ousewashes.org.uk/ousefest

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Sunday 9th August (open 11.00 to 16.30)

“Get up Close” Engine Experience and

Volunteers’ Secret Lives

Adults £5.00, Concessions £4, Child £2.00

 Family £12.00 (under 6 free)

Your chance to get “Hands-on”

with one of our engines ....

Click on links below for details of offers.

Offer #1

Offer #2

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Saturday 3rd & Sunday 4th October

4th Prickwillow Ploughing Festival

Adults  £7.00 , Concessions £ 6.00 ,

Accompanied children under 16 FREE.

(Exhibitors & Trade Stands click here for Application Forms).

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Sunday 6th December (open 11.00 to 16.00)

Christmas Special

Adults £5.00, Concessions £4, Child £2.00

 Family £12.00 (under 6 free)

 

 

 

Please check here regularly for additional special events through the year and further details about the run days.

 

 

PLOUGHING FESTIVAL

Application Forms for Exhibitors & Trade Stands.

Click Here

Above : Images from our classic bikes event on May 10th 2015.

Visitors voted the rare 1962 Royal Enfield Airflow Bullet (owned by Ted Dore)

‘The motor bike I would most like to take home’,