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GWR and Plymouth’s Gaia Spa to offer free on board massages to mark Global Wellness Day
Great Western Railway (GWR) is excited to announce a partnership with music publication NME for the 2016 festival season, offering specially chosen playlists for five festivals across the GWR network.
The Military Wives Choir delighted passengers at Plymouth and Reading Station recently to show their appreciation after GWR and First Berkshire helped transport them to a special event in New York
Digby & Sowton station’s 21st birthday on Monday 23 May was celebrated in style with a giant birthday cake cut by Cllr Andrew Leadbetter, Devon County Council Cabinet Member for Economy and Transport in an event at the station, which is on the Exeter to Exmouth Avocet Line.
Great Western Railway is warning Plymouth Argyle fans travelling to Wembley for the League 2 Play-off Final that services are expected to be extremely busy, and are advising passengers to travel to and from the game as early as possible.
Great Western Railway (GWR) is running extra trains on Sundays between Exeter Central and Exmouth, from 15 May.
The summer Sunday “Dartmoor Rover” train service resumed at the weekend, coinciding with the launch of the OkeRail community group.
Seaside Walk Week finale walk taking place in Weston-super-Mare on 4th June with free travel on the GWR network
Travelling to Powderham Castle for Radio 1’s Big Weekend? Great Western Railway (GWR) is to provide over 50 extra trains to take customers to and from Starcross Station, but those travelling are being warned to allow time for their journey.
Exeter’s St James’ Park Station platform garden now has lavender, rosemary, thyme and wildflowers to encourage bees and butterflies and make the station more attractive for rail passengers on the Avocet Line from Exeter to Exmouth
Great Western Railway is encouraging Bank Holiday customers travelling through Swindon to check journey times and routes prior to travelling, as further preparatory work for electrification will take place.
The Looe Valley Line has been the setting for a project exploring Cornwall’s railway heritage through music, art, writing and film on Saturday 23 April.