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Celebrating UN International Volunteers Day with thanks to all SELRAP Members

Today is UN International Volunteers Day which is observed globally on December 5th each year. This date offers a chance to acknowledge and celebrate the remarkable achievements of volunteers and to reflect on the impact of volunteerism on society. SELRAP expresses its profound gratitude to all its 500 Members, both past and present who have given of their time and financial support, as Volunteers, since SELRAP was founded in 2001. You have helped SELRAP become one of the most effective public campaigns cknowledged by the Government and the Rail Industry. We have been fortunate in having volunteers on our Executive who are professional experts in the field of rail transport. They with the backing of Members have been fully engaged in pursuit of our common goal to reopen the Colne to Skipton Railway as a strategic rail connectivity Transpennine route across the North.

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