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Chester-le-Track Kids Corner

Welcome to Chester-Le-Track's Kids Corner

Thomas the Tank Engine http://www.thomasandfriends.com A greatly improved Thomas site, featuring games etc. all based on the legendary Island of Sodor
Boris the Bear http://www.borisbear.isgreat.net Boris lives at the Tanfield Railway, a preserved railway close to Chester-le-Street, although he originally came from Russia. Visit his own website for children
Bullying Advice Line http://www.dfes.gov.uk/bullying Being bullied? Try this official website for help and advice.
FriendsReunited http://www.friendsreunited.co.uk For adults who used to be kids: get in touch with your old pals from school using this user-friendly site
Harry Potter http://www.harrypotter.co.uk Travel by train from platform 9 3/4 at Kings Cross (actually platforms 5 and 6) to County Durham. Or go to Goathland on the North York Moors Railway to the original Hogsmeade, station for Hogwarts.
Hedgehogs - Road Safety website http://www.hedgehogs.gov.uk Trains are much more safe than roads - 3,500 people die on the roads of Britain every year.
Kingswood Adventure Learning http://www.kingswood.co.uk Childrens' adventure centres in the Lake District, Norfolk, Staffordshire and the Isle of Wight. Groups going by train may book with us!
Lynn Huggins Cooper http://www.lynnhugginscooper.co.uk Childrens writer and friend of the Stationmaster (they make coffee together after church occasionally), Lynn is keen on beachcombing and bugs. Has yet to write a book on railways.
Now Cafe http://www.nowcafe.co.uk Providers of school dinners in our County Durham area, this childrens site is full of interest.
Track Off http://www.trackoff.org Track Off is the campaign to educate young people about the dangers and consequences of railway crime.
Trakkies http://www.trakkies.co.uk We've had a Kids Corner since 1999 and in July 2002 ATOC launch their version which we have pleasure in linking to.
Youth Enterprise NE http://www.yene.org.uk Youth Enterprise gives young people experience of the business world, and has programmes for primary and secondary schools.

 

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