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Go Green by Train

October 18, 2021, by Paul Bromley
The Southeast Communities Rail Partnership has joined a national campaign to encourage people to Go Green by Train and take practical steps to help improve the environment. Community Rail Week, organi...
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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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Wild about Battle

, by Catherine Simmons
We have recently seen the invasion of Battle Station by the fantastic group ‘Wild About Battle’ who are aiming to create some wildlife friendly areas at the station. Starting with the smal...
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SER Launches new Accessible Travel Advisory Panel

August 6, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
The official launch of the SER Accessible Travel Advisory Panel took place at the Hilton Tower Bridge yesterday. As a member of this newly formed panel, Community Lines Team Manager and 1066 Line Offi...
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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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Robertsbridge blooming!

June 11, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
With thanks to local volunteers and the wonderful Ross from the ticket office, Robertsbridge Station is looking beautiful this summer. The station boasts wheelbarrow planters, cottage garden and will ...
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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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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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Back by demand, longer trains for Kent and East Sussex

April 7, 2021, by Catherine Simmons
Southeastern will run longer trains on key routes serving Kent and East Sussex from Monday 29 March, supporting passengers’ journeys as the country comes out of lockdown and the economy begins to re...
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Half Term Fun with the Bluebell Railway

Half Term Fun with the Bluebell Railway

  The BrickWorks! Adventure at Bluebell Railway 22 – 31 October 2021 Come to the Bluebell Rai...

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