Northern rail has called on community groups to share ideas to make trains and stations more accessible for disabled and older people.

The train operator has set up a £250,000 Accessibility Fund to make the best ideas a reality, and it's now open to applications.
Voluntary organisations, community groups, charities and organisation like local authorities can bid for grants of up to £50,000 from the fund to make accessibility improvements at stations in their area.
Or they can make services available to anyone who may feel isolated or excluded.
Ideas could include "innovations that make train travel easier, raise awareness of rail services or encourage people to travel for the first time by train".
Mark Powles commercial and customer director said: “The fund is part of our wider project to transform our network, giving all our customers a rail service fit for the 21st Century."
The winning bids will be selected by the Northern Accessibility User Group, an independently chaired disability user group.
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Applications will be considered from March 12 and the first awards will start in April.