Contact The Friends of Honiton Station

For all enquires about The Friends – membership, comments, questions – please click here to send us an email

We have also listed below some of the organisations and groups that may be of interest. Follow their links to find out more about them:

Links to Passenger Groups

Salisbury to Exeter Rail Users’ Group (SERUG):

A lobby group focused on the operation of the railway and its future improvement.

Travelwatch South West:

A social enterprise company which acts as an advocate for passengers to lobby for the improvement of public transport in the region.

Links to Our Key Partners

South Western Railway:

Operates train services between Exeter and Waterloo.

Community Rail Network:

The membership body for nearly 70 Community Rail Partnerships and represents over 1000 station adoption groups.

Network Rail:

Describes its role as to run a safe, reliable and efficient railway, serving customers and communities, to get people and goods where they need to be and to support our country’s economic prosperity.

Devon and Cornwall Rail Partnership:

A non-profit partnership between local authorities, the railway companies and the University of Plymouth. Its key mission is to help Devon and Cornwall’s branch lines to grow.

Links to Great Scenic Railways

Explore Devon and Cornwall by train and enjoy stunning coastal views, rolling green countryside, wooded valleys and fine river crossings.

Devon and Cornwall:

Our branch lines will take you to picturesque villages, fabulous beaches, historic market towns and bustling cities. Forget the hassles of taking the car and concentrate on exploring to your heart’s content.

The East Devon Line:

The East Devon Line passes through the beautiful Devon countryside as it heads out from Exeter through Cranbrook and Honiton to Axminster.

Honiton:

Once known as the antiques capital of Devon, Honiton is also famous for its lace and pottery.

Visiting the Jurassic Coast:

Visit the beautiful beaches and charming seaside towns of the Jurassic Coast in East Devon and West Dorset.

Useful Local Links