Situated on the East Suffolk line is the station called Wickham Market although the building itself is actually in Campsea Ashe. The restoration of the station house, originally designed by the local architect Francis Thompson, by Station House Community Connections was the winner of the Taylor Woodrow Partnership Award at the 2017 National Railway Heritage Awards. Announced at the award ceremony in London on6 December 2017 the plaque marking the success of the project in bringing back into constructive use a valuable local amenity was officially unveiled at the station on Friday 1 June 2018 by Fred Garner, Director for Rail of award sponsors Taylor Woodrow.

CAMPSEA ASHE STATION

The plaque seen after its official unveiling at Campsea Ashe on 1 June 2018 with, from left to right, Jenny Labbett, Trustee-Director of the Station House Community Connections, John Curley, Trustee of the National Railway Heritage Awards, Rosamund Webb, Manager and Founder Trustee of the Station House Community Connections, and Fred Garner, Director for Rail at Taylor Woodrow.

CAMPSEA ASHE STATION

The restored façade of station building at Campsea Ashe showing the relocated entrance and the extension.