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Rail passengers can talk directly to Greater Anglia rail managers as the train operator announces its first ‘Tweet the manager’ feedback sessions of the year.
The next ‘Tweet the Manager’ sessions will take place from 0900 - 10:00 on 29 January and 11.00 – 13.00 on 3 February using @greateranglia, with further sessions throughout the year.
The sessions, in addition to the on train and station-based ‘Meet the manager’ sessions which also take place throughout the year, are aimed at listening to customers’ feedback and comments to help continually improve the service.
Lowestoft rail station will host a special Service of Remembrance on Monday 27 January to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day and the role the town played 75 years ago in welcoming over 500 refugee children who arrived as part of the Kindertransport initiative.
The event will include a short promenade performance of the play ‘Suitcase 1938’ by pupils from Ormiston Denes Academy in the Parcels Office Exhibition Space at 10am.
This will be followed by the service and wreath laying ceremony at 10.30am in the presence of Mayor of Lowestoft, Cllr Alice Taylor.