Delay To Opening Time On Friday 26th June 2015

Please note that the funeral of Les Jennings, much loved Director of Babbacombe Cliff Railway CIC, will take place on the morning of Friday 26 June 2015.

To enable all staff to attend and, as a mark of respect to Les, the Cliff Railway will not open until after the funeral at approximately 10.30am, when the team will be back in place.

We do hope you understand and apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Father’s Day Raffle Winners

Congratulations to the worthy winners of our Father’s Day Prize Draw, Tom Tregenna and Gary Ladd both from Torquay. Enjoy your prizes and we look forward to seeing you again soon!

Free Father’s Day Draw- Sunday 21st June

For all Dads travelling with us this Sunday 21st June, there is a free to enter Prize Draw to win a Babbacombe Cliff Railway Goody Bag.

It’s our way of saying a huge “Thank You” to all you Dads who do so much for us.

Pick up your free Raffle Ticket from the Top Station throughout the day on Sunday

 

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AGM- 11th June 2015

The AGM of Babbacombe Cliff Railway CIC will be held on Thursday 11 June at 7pm at St Anne’s Hall, Babbacombe.
All are welcome.
This is your chance to hear about what the Community Interest Company has been up to over the past year and get up to date with plans for the future. It’s also an opportunity to ask questions and give your views.
We would love to see you there.
The AGM of the Friends of Babbacombe Cliff Railway will follow straight afterwards.

Les Jennings

It is with much sadness we bring you the news that the wonderful Les Jennings has died at the age of 91.
Les had many varied interests and amongst those he was very committed to the Cliff Railway. He was a member of the Friends Committee before becoming a Director of the Community Interest Company at its inception.
Over many years he was a regular visitor to the railway assisting with the operation and participating in all the events that took place there. He was in his element meeting all the passengers and being part of this enterprise. Everyone took to him and enjoyed his extensive repertoire of jokes.
Les had been ill for some time and over the last year or so we have missed his presence and support, his humour and companionship.
All those connected with the railway send their condolences to his family at this very difficult time.
Babbacombe Cliff Railway won’t be the same without him.
Here’s Les (far right) looking particularly dapper at one of our Agatha Christie Festival events.

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