1 Apr 2020 General
Paul Nelson, chairman of the Hereward CRP, said: “It’s great to have our hard work recognised in this way and, with access to a new grant fund, should take us on to do even bigger and better things for the community in the future.”
Greater Anglia’s Customer and Community Engagement Manager, Alan Neville, added, “I’d like to congratulate the partnership on this achievement, which is testament to their efforts in improving the rail service and station facilities and attracting more people to use their local rail line.”
Cllr Chris Seaton, Fenland District Council’s Portfolio Holder responsible for transport, said: “The accreditation of the Hereward Community Rail Partnership is a fantastic achievement. It is recognition of the hard work undertaken by all involved in the partnership, including staff, committee members and volunteers in the Friends of Stations and Street Pride groups.
“Accreditation also opens further funding opportunities which will enable the partnership to develop further projects, which improve our stations and better connect our passengers.”