Tutbury & Hatton

Tutbury & Hatton station is on the boundary of Derbyshire and Staffordshire County Council local authority areas. Hatton is in South Derbyshire, whilst the village of Tutbury is in Staffordshire. Annual footfall is 69,700 (based on Office of Rail and Road station usage).

Thanks to great support from both local authorities, East Midlands Trains, station volunteers and the local community, we have been able to deliver a number of improvement projects for passengers using Tutbury & Hatton station, including:

  • Improved waiting shelter facilities for passengers  - anti-vandal specification
  • Closed circuit TV (CCTV)
  • Customer Information Screens (CIS) with public address (as part of our multi-station bid to Access for All (2008))
  • Cycle hoop cycle parking facilities
  • Station poster artwork project by Hatton Primary School children to celebrate the station’s 20th birthday (2009)
  • Encouragement of station adoption by local residents; a team of station volunteers now plant and maintain 9 hayrack planters along the platforms, providing seasonal colour for passengers to enjoy
  • Bee Friendly planters

Find out more about how station volunteers and the local community now, through our work, support Tutbury & Hatton and other stations on the North Staffordshire Line 

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