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Timetables change due to coronavirus

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20 Mar 2020

Train services at Cotswold Line stations will be amended from Monday, March 23, due to the coronavirus outbreak. Continue reading

CLPG replaces Pershore running-in board

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20 Mar 2020

Due to the deteriorating conditon of the running-in nameboard at Pershore station, the CLPG has commissioned a replacement. Continue reading

Worcestershire Parkway opening date set

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12 Feb 2020

The new Worcestershire Parkway station will open on Sunday, February 23, the county council has announced. Continue reading

Report backs £200m Cotswold Line upgrade

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25 Jan 2020

A proposal to invest £200m in further improvements to the Cotswold Line, to allow extra trains to run between Oxford and Worcester. Continue reading

MP gets debate on Cotswold Line upgrade…

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21 Jan 2020

West Worcestershire MP Harriet Baldwin has secured a House of Commons adjournment debate in Westminster Hall on Wednesday, January. Continue reading

Engineering work means changes to late-night…

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21 Jan 2020

Late-night trains on the Cotswold Line will be affected by engineering work from Sunday, January 26, until Thursday, January 30. Continue reading

Paddington closure affects Christmas trains

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21 Dec 2019

In addition to the regular shutdown of GWR services on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, Cotswold Line trains will be altered on Christmas. Continue reading

Worcestershire Parkway opening delayed until…

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11 Dec 2019

The opening of the new Worcestershire Parkway station has been delayed until early 2020, just days before it was set to see its first. Continue reading

Special Christmas shopping services call…

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27 Nov 2019

Ascott-under-Wychwood residents will once again be able to benefit from special Saturday stops at the village's station to go. Continue reading

High river levels force Cotswold Line closure

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15 Nov 2019

High water levels on the River Avon at Evesham have forced the closure of the Cotswold Line between Moreton-in-Marsh and Worcester. Continue reading