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Hereward Community Rail Partnership

Making a difference to stations and the railway together....

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What is a Community Rail Partnership?

A Community Rail Partnership (CRP) is about establishing greater community involvement in the railway and its stations. The CRP is about developing a local voice to help deliver local priorities for the railway.

What is the Hereward Community Rail Partnership?

The Hereward Community Rail Partnership will focus on the railway line between Peterborough and Ely with a specific focus on the stations in North Cambridgeshire at Manea, March and Whittlesea.

The purpose of the Hereward CRP is:

  • To encourage the use of existing rail services and promote the direct trains from our stations.
  • To bring about small scale improvements to local stations for the benefit of rail customers.
  • To assist station adopters and station adoption groups such as The Friends of March Station and the Street Pride work.
  • To enable local people to have their say on the development of the railways in our area.
  • To have regular discussions with representatives from the Train Operating Companies to help identify improvements in line with local priorities.

Here's where you can find out more information about your local Community Rail Partnership, as well as planned projects, latest news and updates and how to get involved!