Worcestershire Parkway

After careful consideration, and in agreement with Worcestershire County Council, Worcestershire Parkway will now open early in the New Year. We will confirm the specific date as soon as we can.

Customers booked to travel from Worcestershire Parkway prior to opening may either travel from an alternative nearby station, or claim a full refund from where they purchased their tickets. GWR and CrossCountry Trains will be waiving the admin fee on all refunds, however this is being done on a goodwill basis and other retailer's approach may be different.

If you still wish to travel, tickets booked to/from Worcestershire Parkway will also be accepted at Pershore, Worcester Shrub Hill, Worcester Foregate Street, Malvern Link and Great Malvern. 

A new station is coming soon…

In 2018 construction began on a new station serving Worcestershire county. The new station is built to serve the two railway lines (North Cotswold Line and Cardiff to Nottingham Line) that it sits across and will provide:

  • a 500 space car park (including disabled parking) designed to current standards in terms of lighting, CCTV, ticketing, customer facilities and information points
  • a fully accessible modern station building with toilets, ticket desk, and a retail facility
  • a single platform on the North Cotswold Line and two platforms on the Cardiff to Nottingham Line that will all be fully accessible
  • secure cycle storage, motor cycle parking and electric car charging points
  • direct access to local bus services through a bus/rail interchange
  • taxi rank and drop off/pick up point
  • a new roundabout providing access to the station from the B4084
  • a new footbridge for the public right of way over the Cardiff to Nottingham line

Worcestershire Parkway forms part of the wider £50million plus rail investment programme in Worcestershire and is a key part of the longer term Worcestershire Rail Investment Strategy.

This scheme will provide sustainable access to regional and national destinations by rail, including the south-west, north-east, London and the Thames Valley. This will significantly enhance Worcestershire’s connectivity with the UK’s key economies and encourage economic growth and development within the county.

Once open, Great Western Railway services operating between Hereford/Great Malvern/Worcester, and the Thames Valley and London Paddington via stations including Pershore, Evesham, Oxford and Reading will call at the station along with CrossCountry services between Cardiff and Nottingham.

Click here for more information about the new development as it progresses.