Train trip: Go and see the Aloes

2008-07-14 00:00

Creighton is holding its annual Aloe & Steam Train Festival this Saturday and Sunday.

The Eshayomoya Steam train will travel from Creighton to Riverside and back again through spectacular countryside and along the banks of the Ngwangwe River. There will be a photo stop to take pictures of the aloes.

Creighton Sports Club will be hosting country craft stalls, arena events, and various activities for the whole family from paintball to birding trips, and will provide lunch and supper.

The train travels twice on Saturday and once on Sunday. For train bookings, contact Glyniss on 083 273 8037 and for any other information call Terry on 084 581 0142.

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