A group of ghost hunt experts will be exploring the history of Gedling Station – but will there be any paranormal activity?
Haunted Heritage, a team of experienced event facilitators, ghost hunting mediums and historians, have organised the search for spooks at the historical building on Shearing Hill.
And members of the public are now being invited to join them in their quest to find the ghouls of Gedling Station.
The hunt will take place from 8pm on July 30 until 1am on July 31st.
Tickets are £35.
Guests must be 18 years and over to attend this event
A spokesman for Haunted Heritage said: “With Centuries of history, it is well worth a visit, but be warned, after dark this place has a different atmosphere. With many ghost stories, this is the ideal location for paranormal investigation.
“Whose spirits continue to walk the platform waiting to board the train?
“As you walk through the door, you can feel the spiritual energy step forward. Come and wander through the chillingly, empty rooms and soak up the atmosphere of this once busy house. It takes on a whole new feel when darkness falls.”
Tickets are available at their website here: https://hauntedheritage.co.uk/event/ghost-hunt-haunted-railway-station-nottingham/
Gedling Station closed in 1960.
In 1967 the former station site was converted into a youth club and operated successfully as a youth club for over 40 years.
The building was finally closed in 2012, in large part due to the need for improvements in order to ensure that this historic building met modern health and safety standards.
A group of volunteers are now working to restore the building to its former glory and transform it into a community hub and heritage site.
You can read more about their work here: https://www.gedlingyouth.co.uk/
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