CRL - Community Rail Lancashire

Community Rail Development Officer Retires

Brian Haworth a long standing Community Rail Development Officer employed by Lancashire County Council, but working with Community Rail Lancashire is to retire.


Brian seen here on the left on the occasion of the issue of the 1000th Passport to Safe Travel – Simon Clarke

Brian has been working in community rail since September 2006 and has been involved in a number of award winning projects especially those involving young people. In a short ceremony on Tuesday 11th June, in CRL’s bunker at Accrington station, Richard Watts, Chair of CRL, spoke about Brian’s successful community rail career and presented Brian with a specially produced railway token and a railway history book.

Brian with his retirement totem and a class from Audley Junior School – Simon Clarke

Brian’s last day with Lancashire County Council is Tuesday 18th June 2019, but he will still be involved with CRL until the autumn as he is working with a group of Northern Apprentices on projects at local stations.