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Paddington closure affects Christmas trains
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In addition to the regular shutdown of GWR services on Christmas Day and Boxing Day, Cotswold Line trains will be altered on Christmas Eve and Friday, December 27.
Worcestershire Parkway opening delayed until 2020
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The opening of the new Worcestershire Parkway station has been delayed until early 2020, just days before it was set to see its first passengers.
Special Christmas shopping services call at Ascott-under-Wychwood
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Ascott-under-Wychwood residents will once again be able to benefit from special Saturday stops at the village's station to go shopping in the run-up to Christmas.
High river levels force Cotswold Line closure
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High water levels on the River Avon at Evesham have forced the closure of the Cotswold Line between Moreton-in-Marsh and Worcester on Friday, November 15.
Have say about new timetable at Oxford station event
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Great Western Railway (GWR) is holding a meet the manager event at Oxford station this Thursday, October 24.
Join the CLPG at the 2019 Warley Show
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The CLPG will be at the 2019 Warley National Model Railway Exhibtion in November.
Engineering work means changes to Cotswold Line trains
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Cotswold Line passengers are being advised to check the departure times of their trains if travelling on services from London Paddington on Sundays during October and November.
Save by taking the train to Moreton Show
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Visitors to Moreton-in-Marsh Show can get discounted admission prices if they travel to the event by train.
Tickets still available for Settle-Carlisle special train
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Tickets are still available for the CLPG's 2019 charter train from the Cotswolds to the famous Settle & Carlisle Line through the Yorkshire Dales and Cumbria.
New 16-17 Saver railcard goes on sale
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A new railcard, the 16-17 Saver, is now on sale, and offers 16 to 17-year-olds a 50% discount on train fares in England and Wales.