Latest travel advice (29th March 2021)

Please follow government guidelines and keep travel to a minumum

If you need to travel, face coverings must be worn on public transport and in indoor spaces at stations unless you are exempt. If you can, please buy your ticket online on the GWR app or website. Please also remember to wash your hands and use social distancing. Read more on GWR's Coronavirus advice page.

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Cotham Students Tell Us How To Keep on the Move this Easter

Cotham Students Tell Us How To Keep on the Move this Easter

The local railway is being upgraded this Easter and to allow Network Rail engineers to carry out essential work buses will replace trains to and from Bristol Temple Meads between Friday 30th March (Good Friday) and Tuesday 3rd April.

Rail improvement works need not scupper your travel plans. We’ve produced this short film in collaboration with Rail Representatives from Cotham School in Bristol to make sure you stay on the move this Easter:

Further information about upgrading the railway in the Bristol area is available at

We are proud of the our partnership working with Cotham School and Great Western Railway. Pictured are students Maisy, Fab, Amira and Zaki holding the winning trophy for Safety and Security Excellence received at the 2018 National Rail Business Awards in recognition of our initiatives to reduce anti-social behaviour on the Severn Beach line.

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