Support Us

The restoration of The Station was made possible by enormous community effort, with a wide range of people contributing their time, skills and support.

The Station is run by Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust. Individual small businesses support us by leasing space, artists hold exhibitions here, and we also rely on the dedicated work of friends and volunteers.

You can support The Station in a number of ways...

Online shopping

Check out to find out how you can support The Station through almost every online purchase you make from almost 3000 retailers, from M&S to Tesco and Amazon.

Simply search for The Station and click on 'support us now'. This helps generate more income for the Station - at absolutely no cost to you!

Second hand book stall

Please bring your unwanted books to The Station. Our platform second-hand book trolley is a very popular way for people to refresh their libraries, and it is an incredibly successful way of generating money for the charity.


If you have a few hours to spare and would like to be part of something varied and exciting, volunteer with us.

There are many opportunities to get involved; whether it's helping visitors when they arrive on the platform, assisting with exhibitions and events, admin duties or retail work in The Shop.

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Become a Friend of The Station

Friends play an important part in the development of The Station and in ensuring that this great building continues to be a wonderful asset to the community.

As a Friend you'll always be kept up to date with what's happening here, including invitations to exhibition previews and advance notice of key events.

Finally, Friendship makes you a member of the Trust. You will be consulted on major issues and have the right to vote at general meetings of The Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust - the organisation behind The Station.

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Consider becoming a Trustee

If you would like to become more involved with Richmond Building Preservation Trust, the charity which runs The Station, and have some specific professional skills, why not think about becoming a Trustee?

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