The Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership – what is it?
The Rail Partnership is a community rail partnership , one of the longest established and largest in the country. It is a non-profit organisation.
We work not just to promote travel on rural branch lines and seek improvements to services and facilities – but also to promote the places served by the branch lines and help the local economy.
The Partnership works on six branch lines:
The Partnership has also had a good deal of success in attracting match funding from a number of sources – most notable are:
For further information on any aspect of the Partnership’s work, please contact Richard Burningham, the Manager – details on this page.
Richard Burningham was awarded the MBE for "Services to the railway industry in the South West" in the 2010 New Year Honours.
We are grateful to the following for their funding, past and present, and other support to the Partnership’s work
|Cornwall Council||Devon County Council||Plymouth City Council|
|University of Plymouth||
First Great Western
South East Cornwall Tourism Association
Liskeard Town Council
Looe Town Council
Falmouth Town Council
Penryn Town Council
Truro City Council
Atlantic Coast Line
Newquay Town Council
West Devon Borough Council
Dartmoor National Park
Bere Ferrers Parish Council
Calstock Parish Council
Barnstaple Town Council
Tarka Trail Cycle Hire
|St Ives Bay Line
Richard Burningham MBE, Manager
Rebecca Catterall, Development Officer
Sandra Horn, Clerical Assistant
School of Geography, Earth & Environmental Sciences, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, PL4 8AA
Tel/fax – 01752 233094
E-mail - email@example.com
This is the website of the Devon & Cornwall Rail Partnership, School of Geography, University of Plymouth, Plymouth, PL4 8AA e-mail
We are a Community Rail Partnership, one of the longest established and largest in the country. Find out more about us here