The Bluebell Railway
An Evening with The Yetties
on Saturday 30th June 2001
The Yetties are one of England's most popular Folk groups. They take their name from the village of Yetminster in Dorset which was their childhood home. Their obvious love of the West Country, its songs, stories and humour wins them friends wherever they go.
On Saturday 30th June, The Yetties returned to the Bluebell for the fourth year running to appear on the platforms of Horsted Keynes Station.
Their two-hour show combined with the vintage steam train ride made a most enjoyable summer evening.
The train left Sheffield Park Station at 6.45pm, returning from Horsted Keynes at 10.20pm. The King George V Bar and a BBQ were available at Horsted Keynes.
Visit The Yetties own web site.
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Last updated by Richard Salmon, 2 July 2001.
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