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Asperger’s Fundraiser, the innovative team behind The Aspergers Flyer, have joined forces with UK Heritage Hub to run the ‪#‎FreeFlyer‬Competition, the very first in UKHH’s 2 year history!

On the 7th of August, our team are visiting the Kirklees Light Railway to run an evening special designed to whet the appetite of anybody in love with the past. We’re giving YOU the chance to win two tickets on the special! Leaving at 7pm, the special will weave its way through ancient woodland, majestic and jaw-droppingly beautiful hills, and the UK’s longest narrow gauge tunnel before reaching the end of the line 3 and a half miles away at Shelley. Here, you’ll get time to relax in the evening sun and photograph our historic special before returning to Clayton West. The special will be the first double-headed Flyer with Badger and Owl requested.

The two will be running several run-pasts for enthusiasts so make sure to get yourself entered into the competition! So, all you have to do to enter is email ukheritagehub@themodelcentre.co.uk the answer to three questions.

Those who get the three correct will have their name entered into a draw to decide the final winner. Entitle your email ‘Free Flyer’.

Question 1 – In which year did the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, where the first Aspergers Flyer ran on August 19th last year, reopen following 7 years of work by volunteers?

Question 2 – What important anniversary will the Flyer mark on the 19th of August this year?

Question 3 – On what date in June 2014 did two Aspergers Flyers run together for the very first time?

Good luck!

Closing date for this competition will be 29th June.

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