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Background

On the 16th July, Northern Rail announced in a letter to local MPs, that they propose to suspend all train services between Rose Hill Marple and Manchester Piccadilly via Hyde from mid-September to mid-December 2020 and will instead run more trains from Bredbury station. 

Under these plans, there will be no trains to or from Rose Hill, Woodley, Hyde Central, Hyde North and Fairfield. We believe this will have a detrimental impact on local residents and we urge you to support our campaign to save our local train stations before it’s too late!

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Latest News

Stockport Labour Work Cross-Party to Save Rose Hill Services

10th September 2020

Labour-led Stockport Council works with government, local MPs and Northern Trains to find last minute solution reinstating two additional services and promising 90-minute service from late October.

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Parliamentary debate secured to discuss the Rose Hill suspended service

7th September 2020

A Parliamentary debate will take place to discuss the suspension of all services on the Rose Hill line from September 14th

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Conservative Rail Minister supports plans to suspend services on the Rose Hill line

28th August 2020

The Rail Minister, Conservative MP Chris Heaton-Harris, has written to Transport for Greater Manchester committee supporting the decision to suspend train services on the Rose Hill Line.

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