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More trains will call at popular Norfolk beer festival

More trains will call at Reedham this weekend to help people get to and from the popular Reedham Beer Festival by rail.

The festival is set to present over 60 Real Ales and Ciders, along with a wide range of locally produced food complimented by a comprehensive line up of live music.

The Wherry Lines Community Rail Partnership has worked with Greater Anglia and festival organisers, Humpty Dumpty Brewery to add additional stops on services running between Norwich and Lowestoft to the event which takes place just a few minutes walk from the village Railway Station.

Extra staff on hand to help Latitude festival-goers

Greater Anglia is helping people travelling by rail to and from the Latitude festival in Suffolk this week, by giving them more time to get off the train with their tents and wellies and with extra staff on hand at stations.

Latitude is taking place from Thursday 18 to Sunday 21 July at Henham Park, Suffolk, and the nearest train stations are Diss and Halesworth.

Shuttle buses operated by the festival organisers, will run from Diss and Halesworth railway stations direct to Henham Park.

Extra trains planned for Ed Sheeran dates

Greater Anglia has arranged extra late night trains to help Ed Sheeran fans go home after his Ipswich concerts during the August Bank Holiday weekend.

As well as putting on two extra trains to Norwich and three to Colchester and London, the train company is also changing timings and making trains longer on some services.

Ed Sheeran is playing at Chantry Park on 23, 24, 25 and 26 August, with some of the shows already sold out.

Award for Greater Anglia’s on-board catering team is icing on the cake

Freshly ground coffee, hot bacon rolls, a great vegan range and now the icing on the cake!

Greater Anglia’s on-board catering team has received a prestigious ‘Investor in People’ (IIP) Gold Award in recognition of the its progressive approach to business improvement through its people.

After a new, more rigorous assessment, the team achieved the Gold standard, putting them among just 3.5% of all organisations currently assessed in the UK.

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