Borders Railway Community Rail Partnership
Borders Railway, Community Rail Partnership (CRP) has been formed to maximise communication between those managing the line and the communities travelling on it, with the aim of ensuring supreme benefit for all.
A Community Rail Partnership (CRP) is a not for profit organisation of the same name that has the purpose of:
- Serving a community with shared needs and aspirations, linked by the railway
- Working with local organisations, businesses, and wider stakeholders to maximise potential benefits of the railway to the community
- Creating and championing initiatives which engage with the railway, offering clear, long term community improvements.
The CRP is working to connect people and the railway, to keep you informed, to deliver special offers, and to encourage a two-way interaction of ideas that will benefit everyone. The Borders Railway is for you and we encourage you to become involved in its onward development.
The website explains how you can get involved with our work and gives you information on travel in the Borders, new projects, ideas for future events, and showcases just some of the projects in which we are involved. Do you have a project or idea that would improve the transport link? Would you like to be kept more informed about something in particular? Would you like more entertainment on a Station Platform? Do have your say, contact us and we will listen to your ideas and point you in the right direction.
For further information please contact Carol Byers at Borders Railway Community Rail Partnership
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Mon, 22 May 2017 18:22:38 +0100
Opting to go topless on holiday is usually a choice that arises on beaches abroad rather than here in Borders.
Mon, 22 May 2017 15:01:13 +0100
Thirty years ago this spring two ladies joined together to start up a Scottish Borders Farm Women’s Club – they were Moira Bruce and the late Jean Fleming.
Mon, 22 May 2017 14:41:07 +0100
The Care Inspectorate has given a Duns childcare facility a rare accolade - awarding them top grades across all four quality themes!
Mon, 22 May 2017 12:37:52 +0100
Police are holding two events in Tweeddale next week to offer advice on thwarting thieves.
Sun, 21 May 2017 10:28:33 +0100
Dozens of dogs and their owners are expected to converge on Hawick’s Wilton Lodge Park this summer for its first-ever canine family fun day.
Sun, 21 May 2017 07:42:20 +0100
Tourism in Hawick is set to receive a major boost thanks to the launch of one of Scotland’s biggest archaeological projects at a former prisoner-of-war camp near the town.