ACoRP Autumn Seminar North

Date: 19 Nov, 2018

Location: Lancashire County Hall, Fishergate, Preston, PR1 8RL

Region: North West

Type: Seminar

For community rail partnerships, station adoption / friends groups, local groups and industry partners

ACoRP’s Seminars are an opportunity for Community Rail Partnerships and Station Adopters to get together for updates on the latest information from ACoRP, to swap good practice and for training.

These events are free for Community Rail Partnerships, Station Adoption / Friends groups and non-commercial industry partners (one place per organisation initially but we will accept names for a reserve list).

Industry partners from commercial organisations such as train operators may attend for £30 plus VAT. Please get in touch with ACoRP’s Events & Fundraising Manager Hazel Bonner – or 01484 481052 – for details.

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ACoRP Annual General Meeting 2018

Date: 13 Dec, 2018

Location: The Church at Carrs Lane, Carrs Lane, Birmingham, B4 7SX

Region: All

Type: Meeting

Come along to the ACoRP AGM for an update on our activities over the last year, have your say on our future direction.

Starts 13:45.

Find out more and download an agenda.

Community Rail Conference 2019

Date: 11-12 Mar, 2019

Location: Novotel, 50 Arundel Gate, Sheffield S1 2PR

Region: Yorkshire & Humber

Type: Conference

The Department for Transport and ACoRP Community Rail Conference is a free two-day event providing an opportunity for briefings, training and networking with colleagues from across community rail, DfT, Network Rail and train operators.

A draft agenda and details on how to book will be available before Christmas 2018.

Community Rail in the City 2019

Date: 15 May, 2019

Region: All

Type: Promotional event

Community Rail in the City is the annual event for Community Rail Partnerships to get together at major stations for the day. Come along to see the work of our member 0rganisations and reasons to travel along community rail lines across the country.

Highlights from last year included a Welsh beach and a replica red arrow at Birmingham New Street, Roman soldiers at London King’s Cross, a roaming lion at London Liverpool Street, music and dancing at London Waterloo, and a sea shanty band at London Paddington.

Thank you to Network Rail and Virgin Trains for their support in hosting our CRPs on the day. CRPs can book spaces by contacting Alice Mannion, ACoRP Tourism & Heritage Officer, at by Monday 3 December 2018.