Sussex Community Rail Partnership is working in partnership with East Sussex County Council and organisations such as Sustrans and Living Streets, to promote sustainable travel to young people. The Active Access for Growth project offers independent train travel training for young people trying to gain access to education, training or employment. The project is particularly targeting those experiencing barriers to travelling independently.

If you are a school, college or group who would like to find out more, please contact Education Officer Catherine Simmons,

The Big Futures Show at Eastbourne Sports Park was an excellent opportunity to spread the word about Independent Travel Training among East Sussex secondary schools. Build a railway competitions and more!

Active Access for Growth Launch at Eastbourne Town Hall

All of the partners involved in this programme came together to give an update on their first years work on the 8th of May. An excellent opportunity to share our good news stories and plan for the upcoming year.

“I got to make a train announcement!”
Read this case study of a series of workshops and practical trips with Hazelcourt School:
AAFG_Case Study Hazelcourt School


“An informative, relaxed, friendly service fully flexible to support SEN students”

Read the latest case study from Headstart School working towards their BTEC Level 2 Diploma in Skills for Independence and Work

AAFG Headstart Case Study

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