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Ride the Santa Express with Greater Anglia this Christmas
This December, Santa will be taking a break from the North Pole and making a special visit to Norfolk and Suffolk by train.
Father Christmas will be catching 10 Greater Anglia trains this month, and when he’s not busy riding around East Anglia, you can catch him having a rest in his grotto at Norwich Station where he will be giving out treats.
Santa will be in his grotto on Norwich Station concourse on Sunday 10 and Sunday 17 December from 10.00 until 14.00.
Santa will be travelling on the following trains:
Saturday 9 December
“Millennial” Railcard to be trialled on Greater Anglia Network
“Millennials” in East Anglia can take advantage of cheaper train travel from this week, as the highly anticipated 26-30 Railcard is launched by Greater Anglia.
Greater Anglia has been selected to trial the new initiative from Wednesday 6 December, following on from Philip Hammond’s Budget announcement that a 26-30 Railcard is set to be launched in 2018.
It comes just a short while after the successful launch of Greater Anglia’s Club 50 Railcard, as the operator looks to provide great value fares for all its customers.
Greater Anglia to present charity train cheque for £12,500 to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices
Greater Anglia is to present East Anglia's Children's Hospices (EACH) with a cheque for £12,500 following its highly successful EACH Express 2 charity train held in mid-September.
Photo calls will take place at on Monday 4 December at Norwich station at 09.15 and Ipswich station at 11.00, with Jonathan Denby, Head of Corporate Affairs for Greater Anglia and Victoria Matthews (Norwich) and Will Self (Ipswich) EACH.