With its shops, restaurants, bars, sports facilities and access to the spectacular Peak District, Dronfield is a favourite place to live especially for commuters to Sheffield and other large cities.  It is also a place of interest for visitors who come in increasing numbers to view the medieval St John’s Parish Church and Dronfield Hall Barn dating back to 1430.  In recent years access to and from Dronfield has been made much easier by the work of the Friends of Dronfield Station (FoDS) a voluntary community group dedicated to taking care of our local station and improving train services for the people of Dronfield. 

150 Years of Dronfield Station
Friends of Dronfield Station volunteers and members of the general public gathered together at the start of February to celebrate 150 years of the town’s station. The special event was marked with the unveiling of commemorative plaques and posters detailing … Read More
FoDS Day Out
13 FoDS visited the Ecclesbourne Valley Heritage Railway on Saturday 13th July but we were not at all unlucky considering the date and our number: the rain only falling whilst we were chuffing along! Members travelled by train to start … Read More
Summer Changes at Dronfield Station
If you've travelled to or from Dronfield Station recently, you might have noticed a few small changes which we hope you feel has improved the look for summer! The first of these is the fence-mounted flower troughs that are in … Read More
Platform 2 Customer Information Screen Moved
Please be aware that Northern Rail have recently moved the platform two Customer Information Screen (CIS). Previously, this was outside the waiting-shelter, above the ticket machine, but it has since been moved to inside the shelter. Friends of Dronfield Station … Read More
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