Mid Cheshire Rail Users Association

Your voice for the Manchester to Chester, Crewe to Liverpool and potentially Northwich to Crewe via Middlewich railway lines

Latest News & Events

  • PLANNED INDUSTRIAL ACTION

    There is planned industrial action on the Crewe to Liverpool line on Saturdays up to 28th December ....

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  • PETITION FOR IMPROVED RAIL SERVICES

    2nd September 2019

    Join this petition to support the Mid Cheshire Line ....

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  • MID CHESHIRE LINE POSTERS

    25th August 2019

    You can now purchase our Mid Cheshire Line Marvellous Days Out Posters Online ....

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  • TRANSPORT FOR WALES CLUB 50

    2nd September 2019 - 24th November 2019

    You can now save on offpeak tickets to destinations across the Wales and Borders network .....

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  • WHAT THE PAPERS SAY

    20th August 2019

    'Unsung heroes' praised as green project breathe life back into railway station ....

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  • WHAT THE PAPERS SAY

    16th August 2019

    16-17 Saver railcard 'tremendous news' for mid Cheshire teenagers ....

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BEST KEPT STATIONS

5th February 2019

Awards for Northwich and Greenbank railway stations at Cheshire Best Kept Stations 2019

Northwich won the Cheshire West and Chester Award, while Greenbank was highly commended in the Best Kept Gardens category.

Northwich's approach to the station has some well cared for flower beds, also planters and hanging baskets on the Manchester platform.

Greenbank station has some pleasant planters on the platforms to relieve an otherwise bare station.

Fences have been painted, including a First World War mural, and the station is tidied every Monday by the volunteers.

Cllr Alison Gerrard, Northwich town mayor, said: “I am so pleased that both our stations in Northwich got accolades at this fantastic community evening.

“Our team at Northwich Town Council are proud to have helped at Northwich station and I have every admiration for the volunteers who work up at Greenbank railway station every Monday."

Read more about this in the Northwich Guardian

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