Catch the Clifton Park express!
VISITORS to Clifton Park are have been chuffed to find they can tour the recently revamped attraction on a little train.
A road train known as Bessie has already proved a big hit with visitors to the 56 acre park—running between the car park, amusements, bandstand and the museum—and will now become a regular weekend fixture at the park.
Bessie will run each weekend from 11am until 5pm, weather permitting, until November 1, and will be on duty each day throughout the half-term school holidays at the end of this month.
Bessie’s operators charge £1 for children and £1.50 for adults.
The popular road train is just one of a series of attractions introduced to Clifton Park during the £7.5m facelift funded through the Heritage Lottery Fund and Big Lottery Fund's Parks for People programme, which will be completed by November this year.
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