• The Cheshire Gardens Express heading through Delamere Forest

  • Class 156 passenger service on the Mid Cheshire Line

Contact the Mid Cheshire Rail Partnership

The Partnership employs a Community Rail Officer to develop and implement action plans agreed by a Steering Committee.

The role of the Community Rail Officer is engage community input and activities into station and railway development projects, liaising with borough, parish and town councillors and with local commercial businesses and voluntary organisations.

The Community Rail Officer coordinates bids for for funding development activities.

You can write to the Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership at:

Sally Buttifant
Mid Cheshire Community Rail Partnership Officer
Cheshire West and Chester Council
4 Civic Way
Ellesmere Port CH65 0BE
Telephone: 01244 976788 or 0773 652 3863

Or contact by email at: railofficer@midcheshirerail.org.uk

Alternatively you can contact us using the following form:

Enquiry Form:

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