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4292 - The Horse is back!
After a summer break, the Horse's Mouth is back! Much day to day writing and activity has moved from blogs to the likes of Facebook and Twitter, and that applies to me just as much as it applies to everyone else - rather than continue on with a lonely furrow here, that people need to subscribe or f ....

4291 - Train Online article - ACoRP / TransWilts introduction
Our community railway line can learn so much from other community railway lines - see what they have done, listen to what has worked for them and what hasn't, and adopt best practise, piggy-backing on the experience of others ... while at the same time taking a fresh look and trying out new things. ....

4290 - National Express replaced by train and by Megabus from Chippenham to London
National Express Coaches are now only serving the centre of Chippenham twice a day - down from 8 a day a couple of months ago. So you can no longer travel from Melksham to London by taking the bus into the centre of Chippenham and catching the National Express. However, where one door closes, anot ....

4289 - It may be cheaper to buy in bulk
For multiple journeys ... cheaper per journey than a normal single ... train tickets. This example is based on Trowbridge to Swindon via Melksham journey examples Single ticket   £8.00 any time   £6.90 off peak a) Return Ticket   £9.90 any time &nbs ....

4288 - Some questions on how our Community Rail Partnership works
"I've paid for my train journey, so why should I do anything else to support the railway service. It's being run by a commercial company, isn't it, so I've paid my dues". Personally, I do more to support the train service that just travel on it, and I'm going to explain why in a moment - but befor ....

4287 - TransWilts CRP - walking in Melksham Carnival
Well ... I've not seen anything like it. Several dozen of us - TransWilts Community Rail Partnership and friends (Friends of Bristol Suburban railways of special note) walked in the Melksham Carival Parade yesterday, themed on "things you can take on a train". We had pushchair, bicycle, luggage, ....

4286 - Reaction in Radstock to new First bus prices
There is concern in Radstock at the new First bus fares, just as there is concern in Melksham. There's a Melksham community transport group meeting on 30th July, and as a member of the First Bath Customer panel (and so perhaps more informed than most on these matter), I went to Radstock yesterday e ....

4285 - Pictures of Melksham Heritage Discovery Fair
The Melksham Hertitage Discover Fair took part at the Well House Collection at Well House Manor on Spa Road on Saturday 5th July. Guest speakers included Kate Bevan from English Heritage, and John Forbat, evacuated to Melksham during the second world war and revisiting for the first time, who was si ....

4284 - Talk and walk to promote train service - Melksham Carnival
This Saturday - 12th July - at Well House Manor on Spa Road. A gathering of TransWilts users and supporters. Social from early afternoon, talk on Melksha's Railway - the Wilts, Somerset and Weymouth - at 4 p.m., and then we'll all go down to "The Avon" to walk in the Melksham Carnival parade and ....

4283 - Can a legitimate forum post become illegal a year later?
I am not one for re-writing history. I will go back and correct typos in a post, and I will add updates onto the end of a story (or even cut them into the text with a date of change / amendment note), but I dislike changing things invisibly, or removing material which it's no longer convenient to d ....

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