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Strawberries and Steam

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Exbury Gardens & Steam Railway
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Event timing: Mid-July
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Staged to celebrate the Hampshire Food Festival, spend a leisurely summer's evening at beautiful Exbury Gardens in the New Forest.

Enjoy a summer fruit cocktail on arrival before boarding carriages for a two-circuit run of the Rhododendron Line, where the railway's Summer Lane Garden will be in full bloom. On the second circuit, the train will stop at Exbury North Station, where passengers have the choice of alighting and enjoying a 20 min guided walk through the Gardens, passing Jubilee Pond, the Jurassic Boardwalk and Hydrangea Walk. A delicious 2-course meal will be served in Mr Eddy's Restaurant, with food sourced from Hampshire Suppliers - including of course, seasonal strawberries and cream!

For more info on the Hampshire Food Festival please visit:

Telephone: 02380 891 203
Contact name: Nigel Philpott

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