Barnt Green

Barnt Green railway station by Nigel Thompson CCL

Barnt Green railway station serves the small village of Barnt Green in the Bromsgrove district of Worcestershire.

The unstaffed station is served by West Midlands Railway on the Cross-City Line South some 9 miles southwest of Birmingham New Street. It sits at the head of the Alvechurch/Redditch branch-line, and on the Birmingham-Bristol mainline. Most services are local to Redditch and Bromsgrove though there are peak time services to Worcester and Hereford.

Level access is available to Platforms 1 (Birmingham direction but limited service) and 4 (Redditch bound). Slope access from Helwell Lane to Platforms 2 & 3 but it is not suitable for wheelchair users without additional assistance.

Community Rail Activity

It is hoped that the station will be adopted by a group formed under the umbrella of the Barnt Green Parish Council.
Among the supporting organisations could be the St Andrew’s CE First School which is at the bottom of the station approach. One project could be a local history film involving the school children.

Why not join us?

If you would like to be involved with your local station, then do get in touch below.
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Rail User Group

BARRUP, the Bromsgrove And Redditch Rail User Partnership, is represented on the Steering Group of the CRP.

The local representative for the station for Community Rail matters is Tony Woodward.

A view from Bilberry Hill, Lickey Hills Country Park

A view from Bilberry Hill, Lickey Hills Country Park

Other Stations on this Line
Links

Barnt Green Station on Wikipedia

Transport links

WMR

Diamond Buses 145 / 145A (regular service) and 182 / 183 (limited Monday to Friday services) pass the station entrance

Businesses local to the station (selection only)

The Barnt Green Inn (serves food and drink)

Lin’s Bakeaway

Magic Moments Childcare

Yen Luxury Hair

Tony’s Handyman

Café Morso Barnt Green (serves food and drink)

Deedar Indian Cuisine (serves food and drink)

The Tea Shop Constance Wallace (serves food and drink)

The Victoria Inn (serves food and drink)

Tourist destinations within reach of the station

Lickey Hills – access path from the station exit

Blackwell village which sits at the top of the Lickey Incline.
Each year the village hosts a music festival in September.

Blackwell Court is home to a Scout-run activity centre 

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