As many of you know, tonight is Children In Need and we are making a special mention of it to support the cause. As well as Children in Need, don’t forget that Devious Diesel and Thomas the Tank Engine are also tacking part in Locoyard’s Movember campaign and YOU can join in with this! Click…
This year, to enter Locoyard’s Movember celebrations you will be asked to make a minimum donation of £5. Details of how to make this donation can be found on the Movember web page (click here to read more). Everyone who enters the competition in 2013 will be entered into a prize draw to win this Hornby locomotive!
The level of support for Movember 2012 on Locoyard has been beyond all that I imagined and every entry has been fantastic. All of you who contributed should know that
Shortly before the closing of the Locoyard Movember competition; a final submission was received; and an excellent one too! This came courtesy of Graeme Watson (@NigelGresleyA4 on twitter), who also submitted
Tomorrow is the last day for entries for the Locoyard Movember competition. All entries received so far have been excellent and it has been so great that it has been supported so well. Although tomorrow is the last day of the Movember competition, it will also mark the first day of
There is still just enough time to get your own entries submitted! The date for the final submissions is 29th November. Click Here to find out more about Movember and how one or more of your really useful engines can take part!
Another brilliant Movember competition entry has arrived, with two fantastic photographs, one of James the Red Engine and the other of
The picture above was supplied by Chris; fellow tweeter @ttte2010. Although this does not stricly follow the rules of the Locoyard competition, it’s been published to share and inspire over Locoyard followers to join in with the fun! This is the final weekend of 2012 to get your own entries submitted! Click anywhere here to…
We have another fantastic entry in Locoyard’s Movember Competition! This entry has come from Jacob,
Yet another fantastic competition entry has been received, this time from Simon Martin of the British Railway Stories