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Author Topic: ACoRP - a Christmas summary of ACoRP recognised entries from our CRPs  (Read 600 times)
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« on: December 16, 2019, 02:16:48 pm »

Volunteers in Community Rail make a significant difference to the life and fortune of some stations and lines - especially the smaller and more remote ones.  GWR has put together a booklet outlining what each of the half dozen or so CRPs has been doing this year, together with a piece on each of the ACoRP shortlisted (or, better, placed) ... and send that round with a christmas with and (none-alcoholic) cheer to a number of volunteers recommended by their CRP.

Although the Coffee Shop is not an ACoRP member, it's really good for our shortlisting to have been included in the booklet - not only does it endorse our positive relationship with GWR, but also it helps inform volunteers and other readers of our very presence - a big "Thank you" to GWR for including our shortlist:



Awards / shortlisted items with ACoRP members covered in the booklet (links to scanned pages):

Devon and Cornwall CRP (in Devon)
Copplestone - It's your station - link
Andy Hedges - Tarka line, Outstanding Volunteer Contribution - link

Cotswold Line Promotion Group
Evesham - It's your station - link

Sussex CRP
North Downs Way - Tourism and Heritage award - link

Devon and Cornwall CRP (in Cornwall)
Looe Valley Heritage Project - best marketing campaign - link link
Creativ Tea Trains - best community engagement project - link -link - link
Gunnislake Tile Project - Community Art Schemes - link - link

Severnside CRP
Overcoming Lonliness on trains - link
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« Reply #1 on: December 16, 2019, 04:37:16 pm »

Graham, modest though you are, there is another page you should scan and post.   Wink
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« Last Edit: December 18, 2019, 06:37:18 am by grahame » Logged

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