The Community Rail Partnerships of Wales


All the beautiful railway lines featured on this website are supported by community rail partnerships. Each partnership has close links with the towns and villages it serves, and is a member of the UK-wide Association of Community Rail Partnerships - ACoRP.

If you are looking for adventure and thrills, choose the challenge and Wales and the Borders will have it. Why not try bog snorkelling in Llanwrtyd? Why not give kayaking a go? Some of the finest sea kayaking in Europe lies off the coast of Wales, and there’s wild white water action on rivers like the Tryweryn and Dee. We've also got some great shopping, wonderful food and drink, theatres, and a wide range of other attractions to suit all tastes and budgets.

For those who prefer a quieter time Aberystwyth, on the coast of Mid-Wales, proudly cherishes its natural beauty and Welsh heritage. The town’s dynamic atmosphere comes from the presence of the local university and the energy of its resort-town status. In contrast Portmeirion is a unique, Italianate style village set on its own private peninsula on the southern shores of Snowdonia and surrounded by 70 acres of sub-tropical woodland gardens. On the main driveway is a Victorian mansion recently restored as a brasserie-style restaurant and hotel.

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The Community Rail Partnerships of Wales

Last Updated: December 31, 2011