Pecorama

11:30 15 April 2010

Family fun and entertainment is guaranteed at Pecorama at Beer.

Home of the famous Beer Heights Light Railway, model railway exhibition and stunning gardens, including a striking new one created for the Millennium, Pecorama also features many special events during the year, from car club rally and loco week to a special garden day. A ride on their miniature trains is a real treat, taking you on a journey you wont forget.

Tel: (01297) 21542
Web: www.peco-uk.com.

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