Yorkshire Coast Community Rail Partnership

Bridlington Station Buffet

 

One of only three original station buffets left in the UK.

Serving food and drink all day.

Visit its website here for more information.

 

www.stationbuffet.com

 

 

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Reviews of past events

 

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Marketing event in Thorne - September 2015

 

On Friday 4th September, some of our volunteers joined with EYMS and had a stall in Thorne to promote rail and bus travel in the area.

Santa Special - December 2015

 

We ran a Santa special train on Saturday 19th December.  Santa was on the 9:47 from Scarborough to Hull and the return one back.  Goody bags were given out to all the children on board and mince pies and chocolates served to the adults.  Thanks to Northern Rail and to all our volunteers who helped.

Community Rail in the city 2016

 

On Wednesday 11th May the Yorkshire Coast Community Rail Partnership took Community Rail in the City to Manchester Piccadilly station to spread the word of all fabulous things there is to see and do along the line, not to mention the up and coming Hull City of Culture year 2017. It was a great event and everybody had a fun day

Marketing event on Scarborough station

 

On Saturday 14th May 2016 we had a marketing stand on Scarborough station so that we could promote the Yorkshire Coast line to all the crowds arriving by train for the power boat racing.

Scarborough & Filey Hospitality Association trip to RSPB Bempton

 

Scarborough and Filey Hospitality Association’s came together to enjoy a trip on the Yorkshire Coast line to visit the internationally renowned RSPB nature reserve at Bempton. They were able to chat to RSPB staff and find out about the quarter-of-a-million seabirds that flock to the cliffs each year. A great fun and informative day was had by all.

YCCRP visit to the Bentham line

 

On Tuesday 24th May some members of the YCCRP visited Clapham on the Bentham line. This was their official opening of the rail gateway to the Boland Forest by train (via Giggleswick, Clapham, Bentham and Wennington. Thanks to Gerald Townson, Chair of their CRP for hosting our visit. Gerald is also our guest speaker at our forthcoming AGM.

Celebrating the Queen’s birthday on Scarborough station

 

On Saturday 11th June 2016 some of our volunteers had a stall on Scarborough station.  To celebrate the Queen’s 90’th birthday we gave away various freebies, sweets, balloons etc as well as promoting the railway and local area.

Tidying Hutton Cranswick station

 

On Tuesday 28th June 2016 volunteers from the village's 'in bloom' group, YCCRP, Carrillion, Northern and Williamsfield developments joined together today on Hutton Cranswick station to clear weeds, paint fences and remove diseased plants.  All this effort is in preparation for Hutton Cranswick in Bloom's entry in Yorkshire in Bloom and the ACoRP 'It's your station' Community Rail Awards.

Halloween Express 2016

 

On Saturday 29th October we held a Halloween Spooktacular on the 16:41 Bridlington to Hull train.  The train was decorated for the occasion and goody bags given out to the children.  A fancy dress competition was held and judged on arrival at Hull Paragon station.  Thanks to all who helped.

 

 

Santa Special 2016

 

On Saturday 17th December we held our Santa special.  Santa and his helpers were on board the 9:47 Hull - Scarborough train and the 11:28 Scarborough - Hull giving out goodies to all the children.  Northern kindly provided a four car unit and at some times on the journeys all four carriages were full.  Some families we talked to were using the railway for the first time.