Mon, Aug 14 2017 07:34
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Despite the rain we had a great day on Wednesday to promote the reopening of the Information Hub at Petersfield Station. Around 40 people turned out to sample the amazing home grown produce of the Petersfield Community Garden Group (much from the station forecourt planters) and view the information available to plan a great visit to Petersfield and the South Downs National Park.
These are some of the things that are on in East Hampshire during August. 1, 8, 15,22 & 29 Wild Art Day Gilbert White's House Museum 11:00-12:00pm 1:00-2:00pm Enjoy messy art in the garden, using natural materials. Drop in activity, all ages welcome. Free with admission. 01420 511517 www.gilbertwhiteshouse.org.uk 1 - 31 Summer Explorer Fun Gilbert White's House Museum from 10:00am Borrow an explorer
Recently volunteers from the Department for Transport lent a hand at Petersfield Station as part of their Corporate Social Responsibility duties.
Amidst light and then heavy rain showers 9 volunteers came out of their London office and really got their hands dirty by clearing grass, laying out wood chippings around planters and painting the Hub Information office.
Last week new, brightly coloured posters were installed on the inside of Liss Station to bring some of the countryside into the somewhat grey building.Funded by the East Hampshire Community Rail Partnership, South West Trains, the Association of Community Rail Partnerships, East Hampshire District Council and the South Downs National Park, the panels depict various countryside scenes and attractions
With the help of Rowlands Castle Parish Council and our own funds, we think the station is looking better than ever in terms of flowers. And it has a swishy new Onward Travel poster courtesy of the South Downs National Park!
Thank you for your fantastic help this year, and we look forward to an exciting and fulfilling 2017! Best wishes from The East Hampshire Community Rail Partnership var idcomments_acct = '29d8398f133ae2fec2afc95ca835df32';var idcomments_post_id;var idcomments_post_url;
Fri, Jan 20 2017 08:01 | NEWS
Please find a link below to the November edition of the Association of Community Rail Partnership’s Train on line newsletter for your information and interest. http://acorp.uk.com/tol/train-on-line-november-2016/ var idcomments_acct = '29d8398f133ae2fec2afc95ca835df32';var idcomments_post_id;var idcomments_post_url;
Thu, Dec 15 2016 08:20 | NEWS
On Tuesday, representatives from the Three Rivers, East Hampshire, Blackmore Vale and Association of Community Rail Partnerships held a joint stall on Waterloo Station concourse to promote their lines at Christmas. Mince pies and chocolates a plenty were handed out, alongside a huge amount of information to encourage people to visit our community rail lines. We had the good fortune to be joined