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ALL Aboard For Open Day Marking 10 Years Of Friends of Wemyss Bay Station

Wemyss Bay station, showing some of the flowers and the statue that have been provided by the Friends.

THE Friends of Wemyss Bay Station are marking their 10th anniversary with an open day at the station on Saturday 22 June.

Organisations providing displays at the event include ScotRail, Caledonian MacBrayne, Royal National Lifeboat Institution and Visit Scotland, together with a variety of local groups.

Also present to meet readers and sign books will be Chris Vine, who writes the Peter’s Railway children's books, plus authors and YouTube documentary makers Geoff Marshall and Vicki Pipe from All The Stations. There will be a face-painter and station quiz for children.

The station bookshop and gallery, run by the Friends, will be open as will the station café and bar.

The open day runs from 10:30am until 4:30pm and is free of charge.

Over the last decade the Friends have restored the famed floral displays and enhanced the station in other ways, including installation of the statue of a wee boy going on holiday.

The list of expected attendees is All The Stations, Ayrshire Coastal Path, Bute Conservation Trust, Caledonian MacBrayne, Clyde River Steamer Club, Inverclyde Tourist Group, Paddle Steamer Preservation Society, Peter’s Railway, Royal National Lifeboat Institution, ScotRail, Skelmorlie and Wemyss Bay Clean Up Crew and Visit Scotland.

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