How does it work?
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you up to date with news and events on the
Abbey Line, including such things as special
trains, engineering work, local events related
to the line and volunteer opportunities.
Unlike a Yahoo group or similar such arrangements,
this mailing list really works in 'one
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except for the mailing list administrator,
who is also responsible for the content of
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The mailing list is administered by ABFLY
(the line's user group - see below).
About the Community Rail Partnership (CRP)
ABFLY is a membership organisation of individual
passengers and households and represents
the interests of all users of the Abbey Line
and the service known as The Abbey Flyer.
It always welcomes new members and relies
on volunteers to help ABFLY campaign for
the benefit of members and other passengers.
To contact ABFLY, please see details on their
or visit the ABFLY page
of this website..
The Abbey Line Community Rail Partnership
(CRP) is an umbrella organisation bringing
together community groups; the rail operator;
businesses and all tiers of local authorities.
The CRP promotes the development of the line
and services. This is achieved through policies,
events and projects directed by a CRP Steering
Group representing all the partners. The
main aim of the CRP is to increase patronage
and involve the local community more closely
in the development of its railway. The CRP
is administered with the support of Hertfordshire
County Council and can be contacted by e-mail
via crp at hertscc.gov.uk, tel 07770 993162, or post at PO Box 99, County Hall, Pegs
Lane, Hertford, SG13 8TJ.
PLEASE NOTE that ABFLY is an active partner
and supporter of the Community Rail Partnership,
and works with the CRP on many shared goals,
but both are independent and do not represent
the views of the other.