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Now that we are a registered charity, and will soon be in a position to start work on the Phase 1 extension, the number and scope of jobs to be done is increasing. If you (or someone you know who could get involved) have experience or skills in the fields of fundraising, computer aided design, marketing and publicity, planning, construction, etc. and would like to play a more active part in the running of the railway, do please get in touch for an initial chat. You do not have to be local to be involved - there are several areas like marketing, advertising and planning where technology can be involved. No commitment at this stage! Please come and get involved - it’s a great project and great fun!

 

Contact us to see how you can become involved.

These companies support the TVR CIO.

I support the TVR CIO by volunteering on a Thursday to help maintain the site. I have taken responsibility for restoring the tank wagon.

The Puffing Billy supports the TVR CIO by providing on-site facilities and work spaces

I support the TVR CIO by looking after the flower bed and supporting the local wild life

Smytham Manor supports the TVR CIO by sponsoring the printing of a leaflet and getting advertising in return.

I support the TVR CIO by working at home on their digital output - the website and leaflet.

 

 

 

I support the TVR CIO by sharing my mechanical train knowledge.

I support the TVR CIO by creating a model railway to help them explain what they are trying to achieve.

We support the TVR CIO by becoming members, We believe that the charity is worthwhile in preserving the heritage of the railways.

I support the TVR CIO by volunteering on a Thursday when I can, and taking responsibility for the website updates.

I support the TVR CIO by keeping the books and working in the shop.

 

 

 

 

 

How can I help?

 

 

 

I supported the TVR CIO by donating all my father’s tools that were no longer needed.

I support the TVR CIO by looking after the legal and health and safety aspect of the site.

I support the TVR CIO by working on site on Thursday between 8.30 and 4pm.

I support the TVR CIO by offering technical support remotely via email.

I support the TVR CIO by mowing grass and helping keep the site looking good. I can’t always volunteer on a Thursday, so I do it in my own time.