Seaton Tramways win 4 awards at Devon Tourism Awards
East Devon attraction, Seaton Tramway, has won four awards at the 14th Devon Tourism Awards in a ceremony which celebrates resilience, innovation and excellence in the industry. 
They won four awards across various categories including winning gold in the Accessible and Inclusive Tourism and Experience of the Year categories and Silver for Tourism event of the Year and Large Attraction of the Year. 
Jenny Nun, CEO of Seaton Tramway said: 
'Winning these awards is testament to the dedication of our team and the unwavering support of our visitors. At Seaton Tramway, we are committed to delivering exceptional experiences for all, and these accolades reaffirm our mission to create lasting memories and provide inclusive, accessible and magical moments for everyone who steps aboard our trams.' 
The 4.8km, 2'9" gauge line linking the Devon seaside resort with the villages of Colyford and Coulton was opened in August 1970 along part of the track bed of the closed Seaton branch railway line by the late Claude Lane. 
Its trams vary in size between half scale and two thirds scale based on classic British designs, including double-deck open-top cars. A daily service is operated from Easter until the end of October. 
Polar Express rides take place in November and December using a single-deck enclosed car. 
Seaton Tramway has won a variety of awards including gold for their inclusion and accessibility and providing the Experience of the Year (Seaton Tramways) 
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