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Certificate PG.  Running time: 1hr 38mins. Drama, War. Doors open at 4.30 pm

Tickets: £7.00 Adult, £5.00 Under 16 years (plus booking fee)

Inspired by one of the most beloved British family films of all time, THE RAILWAY CHILDREN RETURN is an enchanting, moving, and heart-warming adventure for a new generation. 1944 – As life in Britain’s cities becomes increasingly perilous, three evacuee children – Lily, Pattie and Ted Watts – are sent by their mother from Salford to the Yorkshire village of Oakworth.

There to meet them on the train station platform are Bobbie Waterbury (Jenny Agutter, reprising her iconic role in the original film), her daughter, Annie, and grandson Thomas, and with their help the evacuees are soon settling into their new life in the countryside.

When the children discover injured American soldier Abe hiding out in the railyard at Oakworth Station, they are thrust into a dangerous quest to assist their new friend who, like them, is a long way from home.

Starring: Morgan Matthews, Sheridan Smith, John Bradley, Tom Courtenay, Jenny Agutter

Really good movie with excellent acting and a storyline that pulls you in.

It was a wholesome movie. While it wasn’t a true story, it easily could have been. I liked the story. I, also, liked the scenery. The music was really good too!

Perhaps not as heart-warming or charming as the first film, The Railway Children Return is engaging and entertaining in different ways, winningly played by its fresh cast.

Touching and beautifully produced

Good wholesome entertainment. Exciting, suspenseful, and inspirational.

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Tickets: £7.00 Adults, £5.00 Under 16 years (plus booking fee)

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We simply that ask you to bring your own headphones, to use with one of our receivers. You can reserve one by calling the office on 01666 505496.

A PG certificate means.. “Films classified PG are suitable for general viewing, but some scenes may be unsuitable for young children. A PG film should not unsettle a child aged around eight or older. Unaccompanied children of any age may watch, but parents are advised to consider whether the content may upset younger, or more sensitive, children. To help them decide, we recommend that they check the BBFC insight for that film in advance” – British Board of Film Classification

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