19 Oct SWWales Connect and Haverhub
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A recent meeting at Haverfordwest railway brought together Transport for Wales’ customer integration team and community rail group SWWales Connect, who are meeting with communities where the rail network plans to improve the stations as places to welcome local passengers and visitors, with a more personal connection to their town’s.
Haverfordwest and Milford Haven stations are at the top of the list for this work and the community rail network SWWales Connected, along with 4 The Region and Transport for Wales are working together. Views on how to enhance our station can be sent to Jennifer Barfoot the Community Rail officer for SWWales Connected. At the meeting were member’s of SWWC, Gitti Coats for Haverhub, Vicky Miller for Community Resilience, Hugh Evans for Transport Wales, Jennifer Barfoot, community rail officer, Hannah White county youth worker, Jay Bryce TFW customer integration Manager and Tom Moses, Pembrokeshire National Park activity outreach group leader.
A very positive discussion on communities helping to make their stations more welcoming and useful places, signposting to what’s on offer nearby and a meeting place for many activities. Some great discussions on how young adults could have a more positive presence and involvement and the need for perhaps better times for trains for early and late journeys was raised. The two representatives of Transport for Wales visited the Haverhub project to see the renovations with a particular interest in the planned collaborative workspaces and meeting rooms. Get involved with the community rail team if you’d like to help and have Ideas. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org