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1066 Country Walk relaunched

September 22, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
Last week saw the relaunch of the 1066 Country Walk with new sculptures along the route created by local artist Keith Pettit inspired by the Bayeux Tapestry and the heritage of 1066 Country. Three enj...
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Combine rail and trail for the 1066 Country Walk

July 5, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
If you fancy combining some rail and trail try the 1066 Walk, handily broken down into shorter sections in the new guide and passing by several train stations. Thanks to a grant of £160,000 secured f...
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Englands Creative Coast

June 18, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
If you are looking for an inspirational day out try travelling by rail to Hastings, Bexhill and Eastbourne on a creative trail. https://www.theguardian.com/travel/2021/may/26/waterfronts-exhibition-en...
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Improvements at Rye Station

June 8, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
It was great to see some new additions at Rye Station this week with the increase of cycle provision in the form of a two tier rack and also a ticket machine canopy to improve shelter and visibility. ...
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Walks from Winchelsea

May 24, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
Use Winchelsea Stations beautiful new finger post to get your bearings when you exit the station. This community idea comes as part of improvements for the Passenger Benefit Fund Scheme. Take a look a...
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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 ...
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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 b...
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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 vi...
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RDG Sustainable Stations Best Practice report

, 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-u...
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Reopening of K&ESR

April 6, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
We are very happy to see the Kent and East Sussex Railway reopening on the 22nd May and looking forward to a day trip out soon! Take a look a this great film welcoming passengers back to the line̷...
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1066 Country Walk relaunched

1066 Country Walk relaunched

Last week saw the relaunch of the 1066 Country Walk with new sculptures along the route created by l...

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