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Ancaster station wins prize at rail awards




Ancaster railway station picked up an award in the most improved stationcatergory at the Association of Community Rail Partnership's (ACoRP) Community Rail Awards.
Ancaster railway station picked up an award in the most improved stationcatergory at the Association of Community Rail Partnership's (ACoRP) Community Rail Awards.

Ancaster railway station and The Poacher Line were among the prize winners at a rail awards.

The Poacher Line Community Rail Partnership, which runs between Nottingham and Skegness, received three prestigious awards at the Association of Community Rail Partnership’s (ACoRP) Community Rail Awards.

In the new garden at Ancaster railway station are, from left, Jon Moody of Sustrans, Stephen Cooke (Railway John's son) and Lynda Awcock from Ancaster Primary School.
In the new garden at Ancaster railway station are, from left, Jon Moody of Sustrans, Stephen Cooke (Railway John's son) and Lynda Awcock from Ancaster Primary School.

Ancaster station received the Bronze award in the most improved station category, and was presented with a £250 cash prize to reinvest into the station. This was in recognition of the work that Jon Moody from Sustrans and Ancaster Primary School have done to improve the station.


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