Connecting communities with their railway
Connecting communities with their railway
Connecting communities with their railway
Connecting communities with their railway
Connecting communities with their railway
Connecting communities with their railway

Connecting communities and the railway

Southeast Communities Rail Partnership works to connect communities and the railway across Sussex, Kent and Surrey. Community Rail is a nationwide movement, and you can be involved. Help shape the future of the railway, have your say, and bring your local station into the heart of the community.
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A meeting of lines

A meeting of lines...

May 7, 2021, by Catherine Simmons

Beautiful Tonbridge Castle became the venue of a recent outdoor joint project planning meeting between line officers at Southeast Communities Rail Partnership SCRP and Kent Community Rail Partnership KCRP. SCRP Officers Sharon Gray (Tonbridge to Reigate) and Catherine Simmons (10...

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Eridge lift installation preparations

Eridge lift installation preparations...

May 5, 2021, by Sharon

Taken at Eridge station today:- what looks like the first stage of preparations for the installation of the lift....

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Ore Station blooming again

Ore Station blooming again...

May 4, 2021, by Catherine Simmons

Ore-some improvement at station   Co-operation between Southeast Communities Rail Partnership (SCRP), Groundwork South – Greener Futures, train operating company Southern and Network Rail has brought about significant improvements to the environment at Ore Station, in Hast...

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Its Bluebell time

Its Bluebell time...

, by Sharon

Possibly the best time of the year?   The Bluebells are really putting on a show – get out now and  to see them at their best, truly an amazing sight....

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SCRP are proud to announce the launch of the new Scenic Rail website

SCRP are proud to announce the launch of...

, by Sharon

SCRP has been working on a collaborative project with Thameslink trains, Community Rail Network and our Community Rail colleagues up and down the country. An imaginative,  interactive guide has been created to help you plan a day out or perhaps a longer stay to places you may no...

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Spring has sprung in Reg’s Garden

Spring has sprung in Reg’s Garden...

April 28, 2021, by David Daniels

  North Downs Line Officer David Daniels ventured out of his home office on Monday April 26th to visit Reg’s Garden at Farnborough North. What changes the volunteers have made in the last 6 months ! Much of the clearance work has been done, dead trees removed and bench...

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Eridge station – the improvements go on and on . . . . . . .

Eridge station – the improvements ...

April 26, 2021, by Sharon

On arrival at Eridge station this morning visitors were greeted by a beautifully restored floor in the ticket hall.    ...

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What a lot of nonsense!

What a lot of nonsense!...

April 22, 2021, by Catherine Simmons

St Leonards Warrior Square Station joined in with the town’s celebration of Edward Lear’s Book of Nonsense as part of A Town Explores A Book. The community of St Leonards on Sea and its visitors marked the 150th anniversary of a celebrated anthology of nonsense poetry...

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RDG Sustainable Stations Best Practice report

RDG Sustainable Stations Best Practice r...

, by Catherine Simmons

Looking forward to some inspiration from the new RDG Sustainable Stations report looking to improve biodiversity at our local stations and railway corridors  https://www.raildeliverygroup.com/about-us/publications/12802-2021-04-sustainable-stations-best-practice-guide/file.html...

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Arundel Bee Friendly Project gets off to a good start as schoolchildren sow the first seeds

Arundel Bee Friendly Project gets off to...

April 21, 2021, by Rowena Tyler

Over 500 young people across Arundel, as far as Bury and Barnham, have been sowing seeds for pollinators, as part of the Arundel Wildflower Project 2021.  This work has been sponsored and funded by Arundel Historic Tours. working under the umbrella of the wider Bee Project. Work...

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A meeting of lines

A meeting of lines

Beautiful Tonbridge Castle became the venue of a recent outdoor joint project planning meeting betwe...

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