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The Postal Museum parties with Pudsey

Thursday, December 5, 2019 - 10:00

The Postal Museum was recently chosen to be the main venue for the BBC Children in Need Appeal Night.

The museum's Mail Rail venue was transformed for a fun and fabulous primary colour extravaganza featuring balloon sculptures, a multicoloured org lighting installation, a DJ and a variety of photobooth, face-paint and postcard activities.

Over 200 guests were welcomed to the surprise event in the subterranean venue. Guests also had the chance to experience the captivating Mail Rail train ride, exploring it’s 100-year history, 70ft below ground-level.

The Appeal Show night was broadcasted live from The Postal Museum on BBC One and can still be seen on BBC iPlayer.

Mail Rail has once again shown that the diversity of the venue, paired with the creativity of the venue team, can realise the vision and broaden expectations for any client.