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Newbury north side

£6 million investment for Newbury Station Approved

West Berkshire Council in partnership with Great Western Railway (GWR) has been awarded just over £6 million pounds to revamp passenger facilities at Newbury Station. The £6,051,000 scheme will also improve connections between rail and walking, cycling and public transport, creating the railway station as a gateway to the town and helping to ensure future demand for travel is met while encouraging sustainable transport. GWR Regional Development Manager Tom Pierpoint said: “GWR is delighted that we will be able to improve Newbury Station and make it a gateway for the town. “This deal will deliver improvements for our passengers at a time when we are undergoing the greatest upgrade to trains and track in a generation. The project will complement the Market Street development and will provide better access to the station for those arriving on foot, cycle and public transport. “We also intend to provide office space for start-up businesses, which will be a great opportunity to be so well connected to the GWR network, developing and strengthening the local economy.”
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Six Nations Preview: England v France and Italy v Wales

With the Six Nations set to start this weekend, former England and Wales Rugby Internationals David Flatman and Tom Shanklin take a trip to the Severn Estuary to discuss England vs France and Italy vs Wales as part of a series of videos being released by Great Western Railway.
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Parking at Kemble Station set to double

Parking at Kemble Station is set to double by the summer after work began on a new car park. The £1.4 million works are due to complete by mid-Summer, and will provide 333 additional spaces at a new, separate car park.
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Travel from just £5 as GWR launches its January sale - save as much as 79%

400,000 low cost tickets are now available as train operator Great Western Railway launches its January sale. Hurry now to take advantage of limited low cost £5, £10 or £15 fares to travel across the Great Western network.
387 at Paddington

Over 13,000 more seats are available on GWR rail services today

Over 13,000 more seats will be available on GWR rail services today following the completion of Christmas engineering work in London and the Thames Valley.
Bike hire at Plymouth station

GWR teams up with Plymouth Bike Hire and Donkey Republic to launch app based bike hire at Plymouth station

Great Western Railway has teamed up with a local bike hire company, and an app developer to launch a new bike hire hub at Plymouth Station.
Hanborough car park opening

Over £250k work to Hanborough Station delivers extra parking

Great Western Railway has completed the £252k work to extend the car park at Hanborough Station. The extra 43 space extension will allow even more people to take advantage of the railway for work, business and leisure. The project builds on the railway company’s promise to deliver an extra 2,100 parking spaces in the next three years. The car park was officially opened by MP for Witney Robert Courts, Leader of Oxford County Council Ian Hudspeth, and GWR Regional Development Manager Tom Pierpoint last Friday.
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Rail tickets to be valid tomorrow as flooding stops trains

Due to severe flooding at a number of separate locations across the GWR network, rail passengers are being advised not to travel.
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Wales v Argentina and England v South Africa

Wales v Argentina and England v South Africa: Watch former England and Wales Rugby Internationals David Flatman and Tom Shanklin discuss Wales vs Argentina and England vs South Africa in a video preview of the matches.
Tiverton car park

£810k work to Tiverton Parkway delivers extra 186 parking spaces

Great Western Railway has completed the £810k work to open a new car park at Tiverton Parkway Station.
The Welshman Cardiff

Newly named 500 seat train to mark re-opening of Seven Tunnel

Y Cymro - The Welshman - launched this morning
Springboard cheque presentation Oct 2016

Over £25,000 raised by Bristol Depot Open Day

Great Western Railway’s open day at their St Philips Marsh depot, Bristol, has raised more than £25,000 for a local charity.