Angie Clark, the secretary of The Friends of Romiley Station, reports that their group keeps in touch with a monthly newsletter ….
The March 2021 newsletter gives details of their AGM and details of their Romiley Window Wanderland
The Friends’ first newsletter of 2021 shows a photo of the Blue Pullman passing through the station and a letter from Mayor of Stockport recognising the work carried out on the station by the volunteers.
The November 2020 newsletter gives details of Station Improvements, their next Task Group on Saturday 14th November and their Volunteer Day that took place in October.
The October 2020 newsletter sets out the latest situation on the Rose Hill Marple train service along with details of their Task Session held on Saturday 12th September.
The September 2020 newsletter gives details of the Tissington Trail, the Bake me a Train Competition and the Friends Group Task Sessions
The August 2020 newsletter provides a further guided walk from Romiley Station, another puzzle and gives details of their first Task Session at the station after lockdown.
The July 2020 newsletter provides details of a lovely guided walk from Romiley Station, word and spot difference competitions along with extracts from timetables from the Great Central Railway era.
The June 2020 newsletter looks at the Mini-Beasts that invade Romiley Station and a further quiz – this time on stations served by Northern stations.
The May 2020 newsletter has a virtual tour around the station and a Station Wordsearch which is well worth trying.
The April 2020 newsletter shows a commemorative tree being planted in memory of Haxel Lees, their former chair, and a striking picture of Steam through Romiley.