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« on: August 10, 2018, 02:31:10 pm »

Ashchurch, Tewkesbury and District Rail Promotion Group are pleased to announce that the Speaker for their forthcoming Open Meeting in September will be Ian Baxter. The title of the Presentaion is ‘Making change happen on the modern UK railway’, it  will pay particular attention to the Bristol-Birmingham Corridor as a whole.
A past ‘Strategy Director’ at SLC Rail, General Manager and Customer Services Director at Chiltern Railways, Senior Commercial Scheme Sponsor at Network Rail Western and past Chair of CLPG, Ian holds a wealth of knowledge and we are looking forward to welcoming old and new faces to this meeting.
What;   ATDRPG Open Meeting.
Where; Elmbury Room, Tewkesbury Library, Sun Street GL20 5NX.
When;  19.00 for 19.30 - Friday 7th September 2018
All welcome. no charge and no booking required. Complementary light refreshments served beforehand.

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