Harwich & Dovercourt Railway Station Adopters – Updated

Station Adopter SchemeThe ‘Adopt a Station’ scheme, which was started in 2003 enables individuals or groups to adopt their local railway station and contribute to its use and welfare.The voluntary scheme was originally created to improve lines of communication between the train operator and station users however, over the years it has grown to become much more, with station adopters now playing an active role in keeping stations looking good through inventive gardening projects, creative community art projects, taking part in station ‘health checks’ or being the eyes and ears of their station.Adopters have been an integral part of raising money for projects such as improved waiting facilities or planting beautiful station gardens.Volunteers come from all walks of life and come either as a group or as individuals but one thing they’ve all got in common is the idea that their station is fundamental to their community. The work they put into making the station looking wonderful and the care they give is for the benefit for all who use the stations.Abellio Greater Anglia now have over 130 adopters at almost 80 stations across the four counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire that they serve.http://www.abelliogreateranglia.co.uk/about-us/station-adopter-scheme
Harwich Town Station Adopters Georgeta Busuioc and Sue Robinson

Station Adopter SchemeThe ‘Adopt a Station’ scheme, which was started in 2003 enables individuals or groups to adopt their local railway station and contribute to its use and welfare.The voluntary scheme was originally created to improve lines of communication between the train operator and station users however, over the years it has grown to become much more, with station adopters now playing an active role in keeping stations looking good through inventive gardening projects, creative community art projects, taking part in station ‘health checks’ or being the eyes and ears of their station.Adopters have been an integral part of raising money for projects such as improved waiting facilities or planting beautiful station gardens.Volunteers come from all walks of life and come either as a group or as individuals but one thing they’ve all got in common is the idea that their station is fundamental to their community. The work they put into making the station looking wonderful and the care they give is for the benefit for all who use the stations.Abellio Greater Anglia now have over 130 adopters at almost 80 stations across the four counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire that they serve.http://www.abelliogreateranglia.co.uk/about-us/station-adopter-schemeDovercourt Railway Station

Station Adopter Scheme

The ‘Adopt a Station’ scheme, which was started in 2003 enables individuals or groups to adopt their local railway station and contribute to its use and welfare.
The voluntary scheme was originally created to improve lines of communication between the train operator and station users however, over the years it has grown to become much more, with station adopters now playing an active role in keeping stations looking good through inventive gardening projects, creative community art projects, taking part in station ‘health checks’ or being the eyes and ears of their station.

Adopters have been an integral part of raising money for projects such as improved waiting facilities or planting beautiful station gardens.
Volunteers come from all walks of life and come either as a group or as individuals but one thing they’ve all got in common is the idea that their station is fundamental to their community. The work they put into making the station looking wonderful and the care they give is for the benefit for all who use the stations.

http://www.abelliogreateranglia.co.uk/about-us/station-adopter-scheme

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