16th June 2016
Uttoxeter Rail Station volunteers have launched two special initiatives which will brighten up the town at a special event on Thursday 16 June ...
10th June 2016
On Friday 10 June, we held a Summer Garden Party at Kidsgrove station ...
A community enterprise at Kidsgrove station is celebrating its first anniversary and winning praise from rail passengers ...
12th January 2016
For the 5th year running, Alsager station has been recognised at the annual Cheshire Best Kept Stations awards and this year it has taken the top accolade - Overall Winner ....
10th November 2015
The first-class volunteer team at Alsager station have scooped yet another award ....
12th October 2015
Just a few weeks after being named East Midlands Trains Best Small Station 2015, Kidsgrove station has received further honours ...
"10 years of Success" our anniversary report in which we celebrate our 10th birthday; 10 years of improving station facilities and encouraging communities to take pride in their local stations.
When travelling from Alsager station, you can buy your train ticket for that day of travel from the on board staff on your train.
Our latest annual progress report is now available, featuring details of our many projects and achievements during 2013/14 working with our partners and station volunteers.
Your guide to the hourly service from Crewe, via Stoke-onTrent, to Derby, linking the East Midlands with the Potteries, Cheshire and further afield.
Projects & Achievements of the North Staffordshire Community Rail Partnership in 2012 & 2013
Progress Report of the North Staffordshire Community Rail Partnership 2011/2012
Progress Report of the North Staffordshire Community Rail Partnership 2010/2011
Progress Report of the North Staffordshire Community Rail Partnership 2009/2010
Progress Report of the North Staffordshire Community Rail Partnership 2008/2009
Progress Report of the North Staffordshire Community Rail Partnership 2007/2008
Community Art & Verse created by local school children for the North Staffordshire Line.
Whether they are working at stations tending gardens or carrying out support tasks such as distributing guides and linking with schools and other organisations to add value to community rail projects, we all know volunteers can prove to be worth their weight in gold.
In this briefing sheet commissioned by the Designated Community Rail Development Fund (DCRDF), Faye Lambert tells us how the North Staffordshire CRP has developed the concept of Station Community Day Events.
Community involvement and support is the bread and butter of every community rail partnership. Get it once and you’ve then got the potential to kick-start new projects with new communities all along your route(s).
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