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The Journey So Far ...

Public Meeting and AGM 2019

19 October 19

The public meeting and AGM for Connect Bude is taking place on Saturday 19th October at 11am at the Parkhouse Centre, Bude.

All welcome!

For further information please call Richard WB on 01288 356537 or fill in the form on our contact us page.

Public Meeting and AGM 2018

27 October 2018

A public meeting and AGM was held at the Falcon Hotel, Bude on Saturday 27 October, 11am - noon.

AGM minutes (Word doc)

Thank you to Bude and Beyond for writing a...

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Public Meeting and AGM 2017

October 2017

A Public Meeting and AGM is advertised for 11am Sat 21 October 2017 with the aim of starting to build a mass membership organisation.

Written Consitution Adopted

March - August 2017

Connect Bude adopts a written constitution, a logo and opens a bank account with TSB Bude.

Connect Bude is Born

December 2016 - February 2017

A representative of Bude Stratton Town Council joins the meetings and confirms that the council have agreed to set up a sub-committee entitled "Rail Reinstatement Working Group".

A proposal to change the name of our group from Bude & Holsworthy Railway Action Group to Connect Bude is...

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First Meeting

8 November 2016

The first meeting of Bude & Holsworthy Railway Action Group (B&HRAG) takes place with subsequent monthly meetings at The Falcon, Bude (who kindly offer free use of a room).

Representatives from Okerail  kindly offer their support and attend all our meetings. Representatives from...

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Public Meeting

15 October 2016

A Public Meeting is held at The Parkhouse Centre and 150+ people attend or send written apologies. Many people speak passionately about their reasons for wanting the return of the railway to Bude. Scott Mann M.P. attends.

Bude & Stratton Post invites the community to a public meeting

6 October 2016

On the 50th anniversary of the closure of the railway line to Bude,  a letter in the Bude & Stratton Post invites the community to a public meeting to discuss reopening the line.

The Last Train to Bude ... ?

March 2016

600+ people attend the Bude Youth Theatre production of  'The Last Train to Bude...?'

A 'referendum' after each performance shows 100% support for the idea of reopening the railway line to Bude.