Moors Valley Railway and PlayTrail voted public’s favourite activities

Bournemouth Echo: GREAT DAT OUT: The Moors Valley Railway GREAT DAT OUT: The Moors Valley Railway

THE MOORS Valley Railway and Play Trail have been voted the public’s favourite activities at the third most visited country park in England.

Throughout 2013, visitors were invited to vote for the things they loved most at Moors Valley Country Park and Forest near Ringwood and the top 25 have now been announced, marking the culmination of the park’s 25 year celebrations.

Top of the list, Moors Valley Railway was the first attraction at the park to be opened to the public, offering visitors the change to enjoy a ride on an authentic steam train.

In joint first place, the mile-long Play Trail offers family fun as children scrabble on wooden play structures.

During the winter Moors Valley Railway runs only at weekends. The Visitor Centre and Tree Top Trail will be closed between January 13 and 17.

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9:35pm Fri 3 Jan 14

eaststandman says...

How strange.

Moors Valley is in Verwood. Though I suppose the Echo has never heard of the town - even though it has a population on par with Ringwood, but a lot nicer.

Who does your research ? If there is any of course ….......
How strange. Moors Valley is in Verwood. Though I suppose the Echo has never heard of the town - even though it has a population on par with Ringwood, but a lot nicer. Who does your research ? If there is any of course …....... eaststandman
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10:13pm Fri 3 Jan 14

apop3d says...

eaststandman wrote:
How strange.

Moors Valley is in Verwood. Though I suppose the Echo has never heard of the town - even though it has a population on par with Ringwood, but a lot nicer.

Who does your research ? If there is any of course ….......
Seems more like a paid advertisement than a newspaper article.
[quote][p][bold]eaststandman[/bold] wrote: How strange. Moors Valley is in Verwood. Though I suppose the Echo has never heard of the town - even though it has a population on par with Ringwood, but a lot nicer. Who does your research ? If there is any of course ….......[/p][/quote]Seems more like a paid advertisement than a newspaper article. apop3d
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