Rail users group wins unique award

FRODSHAM’S volunteer-run North Cheshire Rail Users Group has been recognised at the Cheshire Best Kept Stations Awards for their campaigning to restore passenger services over the Halton Curve.
Awards are usually given to individual stations and this was the first time an award had been given for the opening of a line to regular passenger traffic.
The group, who were nominated by Mayor of Frodsham Cllr Liam Jones, received the John Hobbs Award to celebrate the restoration of regular passenger services over the Halton Curve after 30 years of campaigning
Fourteen other railway stations won awards at the event with Rose Hill railway station in Marple named Cheshire’s Best Kept Station 2019.
The Awards were presented before 170 guests at The Grange Theatre, Hartford, Northwich by Kulvinder Bassi, , community rail team leader from the Department of Transport.
The event was attended by David Briggs, Lord-Lieutenant of Cheshire and 17 mayors from boroughs, town and parishes across Cheshire.

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2 Comments

  1. Well done for making the nomination Liam. We have used the Curve on many occasions now, thanks to all the hard work and determination which opened the line for us.

  2. Should never been closed in the first place. So glad it’s now an easy route to get to Liverpool again. Well done all concerned.

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