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ACoRP – the Association of Community Rail Partnerships – is the membership body for almost 50 CRPs (community rail partnerships), representing over 80 community rail lines across the UK, as well as more than 1,000 station adoption groups.
Acting as the conduit between our members, national and local government and the rail industry, our role is to provide support, advice and guidance on developing community rail initiatives at grass-roots level. At the same time, we promote community rail at a strategic level and work closely with decision-makers to embed the concept in national planning.
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ScotRail has new guidelines for adopt a station, and seen here with their copies are the adopters from the Redhall Walled Garden who have adopted Slateford, Kingsknowe, Wester Hailes and Curriehill Stations on the Edinburgh-Glasgow via Shotts route. Michael Cochran’s station library at Shettleston will be six years […]READ MORE
‘I am John Wilson and I started my career with ScotRail in June 1986. In the last 30 years I’ve had a huge range of jobs, from starting as a ticket examiner, train guard and station team manager to 10 years in Service Quality. Service Quality is a franchise commitment that encourages continuous […]READ MORE
At a reception at 10 Downing Street, hosted by secretary of state for transport Patrick McLoughlin and prime minister David Cameron, Kim Cinavas from the Poacher Line’s ticket office at Sleaford station was one of nine selected for a personal chat with prime minister David Cameron from the around two hundred people attending. The […]READ MORE
The Seaford to Brighton line is recognised for its role within the community by Cllr Ruth O’Keeffe, MBE, Chair of Lewes District Council, at a recent event which celebrated the contribution of volunteers, charities and voluntary organisations who work tirelessly for the benefit of others within the district. The nomination, which came from a local […]READ MORE
It has been unseasonably cold here in Mytholmroyd – so it came as a shock to realise that it is now officially the Cricket Season, this morning’s temperature was -1C! Our spring flowers are proving to be extremely resilient and putting on a grand show of colour that are attracting plenty of bees as […]READ MORE