SNACKS and cakes are now available at a Worcestershire railway station thanks to a new permanent coffee van.

Passengers using Worcestershire Parkway Railway Station can now visit Nomad Coffee Company which is open by the station's entrance.

Hot and cold drinks are on offer to people passing through or visiting the station as well as snacks like cakes, cereal bars and porridge.

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Catherine Rainey, owner of Nomad Coffee Company, said: "We're excited to finally be here at Parkway.

"We're going to see how it goes for now, but we will look to extend our opening hours if things are going really well.

"We try to buy most of our produce locally, so if any local businesses want to get in touch, email us at"

Worcestershire Parkway opened in February 2020 and is operated by Great Western Railway.

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The station, located east of Junction 7 of the M5, is accessible for commuters and longer-distance travellers from all over the county.

The station serves two railway lines (North Cotswold Line, which goes to London Paddington and the Birmingham to Bristol Line).

Andy Maginnis, strategic programme manager at Worcestershire County Council, said: "We're delighted that Nomad Coffee Company has opened at the station.

"We know people using Parkway will be pleased that they now have somewhere to get a drink and a bite to eat."

Nomad Coffee Company will be there Monday to Friday between 7am and around 12pm.