Rail strikes set to impact Exmouth

By Will Goddard

13th Mar 2023 | Local News

Exmouth railway station (Nub News/ Will Goddard)
Exmouth railway station (Nub News/ Will Goddard)

Rail strikes are set to impact Exmouth after the RMT union announced 24-hour strikes on Thursday 16 and Saturday 18 March.

No trains will operate on the Avocet Line between Exeter and Exmouth, and there will be no replacement buses.

Tickets for Thursday 16 and Saturday 18 March can be used on the day before or up to and including Tuesday 21 March​.

If you have a tickets for travel on strike days you can claim a full refund or amend your ticket. If you travel and are delayed, you may be entitled to Delay Repay compensation.

For up-to-date train times visit the GWR website.

Rail strikes have so far taken place in June, July, August, October, November, and December last year and in January this year.


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