Published on: Thursday, 11 April 2019
Last updated: Thursday, 11 April 2019
Ramblers enjoyed a guided walk from Wrabness rail station and a tea party to celebrate English Tourism Week.
Essex and South Suffolk Community Rail Partnership organised the day out on Sunday (7 April), which was free with a valid train ticket to Wrabness station.
The hour-long walk was led by local couple Nick and Chris Jarrett and Wrabness station adopter, Julia Prigg. who gave an informative circular walk passing by Grayson Perry’s eye-catching ‘A House for Essex’, also known as the ‘gingerbread house’.
This was followed by a tea party at the Wrabness Community Café, which included home-made cakes and hot drinks.
Jayne Sumner, of the Essex and South Suffolk Community Rail Partnership, said: “We wanted to celebrate English Tourism Week and show everyone what this beautiful part of Essex has to offer.
“It was a great day. We received lots of positive feedback and are already looking forward to the next one!”
Find out more information and events from Essex and South Suffolk Community Rail Partnership by visiting www.esscrp.org.uk