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How our campaigns work

We organise our work into "Locale Groups", which are controlled by a Locale Executive. These Local Groups allow us to market our campaigns on one brand. For example, Thames Valley Locale Group has two projects underneath it, but instead, we can market it as one big group.

Former Campaigns are those campaigns which were dissolved and that we no longer run. These campaigns can occasionally be reopened and continue, but this is rare and has only happened once to date (21/09/21).

  • Borders Locale Group (Herefd, Worcs, Shrop, Gloucs)
  • Cambridge and Peterborough Locale Group
  • Cheshire Locale Group
  • Derbyshire Locale Group
  • East Riding of Yorkshire Locale Group
  • Greater London Locale Group
  • Greater Manchester Locale Group
  • Leicestershire and Rutland Locale Group
  • Lincolnshire Locale Group
  • North Northamptonshire Locale Group
  • Nottinghamshire Locale Group
  • Outer Cambridgeshire Locale Group
  • Berkshire Locale Group
  • South East England Locale Group (Herts, Essex)
  • South Yorkshire Locale Group
  • Staffordshire Locale Group
  • Thames Valley Locale Group (Ox, Beds, Bucks)
  • Warwickshire Locale Group
  • West Midlands Locale Group
  • West Northamptonshire Locale Group

If your locale group isn't appearing in the campaigns list, it means there are no campaigns currently operating within that group.

All our campaigns on a map

Campaigns by locale group


Hertfordshire County, Bedford Borough, Central Bedfordshire, Luton, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Oxfordshire County, West Berkshire, Reading Borough, Wokingham Borough, Bracknell Forest, Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead, Slough Borough.

Campaigns in this locale group

Regeneration proposal

Abingdon Parkway Programme

Abingdon Parkway is a new campaign to convert Radley railway station on the Cherwell Valley Line to a new parkway station serving the town of Abingdon, a town with a population of 36,000, the largest in Oxfordshire without a railway station.

Tram network proposal


MK:Tram is a new campaign to open a tram network in Milton Keynes. It doesn't get much priority as there are similar schemes in the city at the moment.


Warwickshire County only.

Campaigns in this locale group

New village station

Kingsbury Station Project

The campaign to reopen the station of Kingsbury, near Tamworth, in Warwickshire, which would serve a village of almost 10,000 people, and a large country park. The station would be served by Birmingham New Street and Nottingham CrossCountry services.


West Northamptonshire only.

Campaigns in this locale group

New parkway proposal

Daventry Parkway Project

Our most popular campaign is Daventry Parkway Project, the campaign to reopen the station in the village of Weedon, to act as a Daventry Parkway, serving Daventry, one of the largest towns in the UK without a rail link, at a population of 25,000.

Former campaigns


Banbury to MK Line Project

The former campaign to introduce a new heavy railway line running between Milton Keynes Central and Banbury, via new stations in Buckingham and Brackley, as well as calling at Bletchley.

South Midlands Tram

A former large-scale campaign, which was a sub-project of West Northants Link, to introduce a new South Midlands-wide tram network.

Tarka Line Extension

The former campaign underneath Sustainable Transport England, which campaigned for an introduction of East and West extensions to the existing Tarka Line to Bideford, Westward Ho!, and Ilfracombe.

West Northants Link

A campaign that was recently temporarily suspended, with the goal to introduce a new rail link between Northampton Central, Banbury, and Royal Leamington Spa via towns such as Daventry, Southam, Towcester, Silverstone and Brackley.
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