The Last Train from Belton at Belton with Browston
Guided Walk, from 4 Apr 2017, £4.50-£6.50
Belton Village Sign
The Last Train From Belton - Special Heritage Guided Walk
Explore the beautiful village of Belton on this new guided walk.
Belton may look like a sleepy village now, but back in 1858 the train arrived with Belton the penultimate stop on the main line from London to Great Yarmouth. With the arrival of the train came prosperity, market gardeners, agricultural labourers and holiday makers and the ability to supply produce all over the country.
Find out what impact the railway had and where Sir John Mills had his first public performance. Discover the important role that the Holiday Parks play and finish your walk with refreshments at the Wild Duck Holiday Park while the park warden gives you rare insight into the wildlife that can be found in and around the park.
Walk Route: Around the outskirts of the village
Duration: 1.5 - 2hrs
Tue 4 Apr 2017
Thu 10 Aug 2017
The starting point for this walk is the Village sign.
Booking essential via the Tourist Information Centre on 01493 846346
Adults £6.50 Children £4.50 (7-16 years) Under 7's free No unaccompanied children allowed.
Refreshments included within price.
Limited places available, 10 people minimum - 20 people maximum for a walk to go ahead.