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The Rail to Refuge scheme offers free train travel to women, children and men fleeing domestic abuse, who have been given an offer of a place in refuge.Find out more >
CrossCountry is proud announce its renewed corporate partnership with the National Railway Museum.Find out more >
CrossCountry are naming a train in memory of those who lost their lives at the tragic level crossing accident which happened in the small Staffordshire village of Hixon in 1968.Find out more >
Leeds-Morecambe Community Rail Partnership have created their own unique film to support communities along the Bentham line.Find out more >
CrossCountry has launched its Customer and Communities Investment Fund (CCIF), inviting applications that benefit the communities along its route.Find out more >
CrossCountry has partnered with the Daniel Baird Foundation to install life-saving bleed control kits on all its services.Find out more >
Britain’s largest long-distance operator, CrossCountry, is delighted to announce the appointment of Colette Casey as Customer Director.Find out more >
CrossCountry is asking for feedback on proposed changes to its services to towns and cities along the East Coast Main Line.Find out more >
Britain’s largest long-distance operator, CrossCountry, has announced the appointment of Jon Fenn as Service Delivery Director.Find out more >
CrossCountry has announced it is extending its support of the Rail to Refuge scheme, which offers free train travel to individuals fleeing domestic abuse.Find out more >