Last call for Spooky ride
THE stationmaster behind 'Spooky Sunday' train rides has issued a last call for passengers before going full steam ahead tomorrow.
Albert the steam engine, complete with broomsticks, is taking families on a trip along the Plym Valley Railway line as a Halloween treat.
Families are being encouraged to dress up in their finest spooky costumes for the afternoon of fun.
Beginning at Coypool Road, in Plympton, the route will take passengers on a return trip to the Lee Moor Crossing.
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Those taking part will be able to spot witches and ghosts on the journey – and the shop will be open from 11am for early railway-related Christmas presents.
A buffet will be selling snacks and drinks between 11am and 4.30pm.
The first train departs at 1pm and the last 4pm. Adults must pay £3, and children over three years old £1.
THE FIRE service has warned people to be careful with candles after a blaze at a city property.
Firefighters from Greenbank were called to a property at Downton Close, off North Road West, last night after reports of a small fire in the ground floor flat.
A woman in her 50s had lit a candle next to a pile of newspapers which had subsequently caught alight, crews said.
They added that the fire was out on arrival but the woman was taken to Derriford Hospital with slight burns to her fingers.
A REMEMBRANCE service will be taking place in Saltash on November 11.
The Saltash Town Council will be holding their annual Remembrance Service at St Stephen's Church.
A parade will commence outside St Stephen's School at 2.30pm.
It will then head up to the church for a 3pm service.
A wreath will be laid at St Stephen's War Memorial after the service.