Welcome to Severnside Community Rail Partnership

The Severnside Community Rail Partnership is a Community Interest (not for profit) Company.

We work with local communities to encourage the use of local trains, to ensure that access to local stations is easy, and to enhance these stations so they provide a safe and welcoming environment.  Our station improvement projects are delivered with the assistance of volunteers, schools, youth groups and the Community Payback scheme.

Our principal partners and funders are Bath and North East Somerset Council, Bristol City Council, North Somerset Council, Somerset Council, South Gloucestershire Council, Great Western Railway and Cross Country Trains.  Network Rail and The British Transport Police also support the work of the Partnership.

We are members of The Association of Community Rail Partnerships (ACoRP), the umbrella organisation supporting Community Rail and volunteer station support groups

Our Stations

The Severnside Community Rail Partnership covers 27 un-staffed stations across 130 rail route miles, bounded by Gloucester, Bath / Freshford, Weston-super-Mare, Taunton and the Severn Estuary, including the Severn Beach Branch line. Use the scroll out feature to view the region in full.

Local Off-Peak Rates

Travelling off peak offers excellent value. Search more fares on GWR for more local fares.

£4.20Return

Parson St. - Clifton Down

£4.50Return

Keynsham - Bath Spa

£7.00Return

Lawrence Hill - Weston-super-Mare

£7.40Return

Yate - Gloucester

£10.10Return

Highbridge & Burnham - Bristol Temple Meads

£13.80Return

Yatton - Taunton

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