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Talyllyn’s Virtual Tour is a £75k winner

THE Talyllyn Railway launched an appeal to raise £75,000 to cover losses in the first three months of the lockdown – and raised the money within six weeks, it was announced on April 30.

The online Virtual offers a weekly live Facebook update by departmental managers on all matters Talyllyn, concerning administration, security, marketing and the online shop.

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