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Greater Anglia employee wins international Leader of the Year accolade

A railway catering manager has received an international award for his leadership skills - after only 18 months in the job.

Emotional reunion for former residents of Audley End station house

There were happy memories and a few tears at Audley End station house when the former residents revisited for a peep inside what was once their home.

The station house now stands empty but has most recently operated as a takeaway. However, it was once the much-loved home of British Rail worker, David Ogborn and his wife Ivy who lived there for 27 years from 1966 to 1993.

Greater Anglia and NCP roll-out Automatic Number Plate Recognition at 20 rail station car parks

Greater Anglia and NCP, the UK’s largest parking retailer and operator, have rolled out Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) technology across 20 rail station car parks, giving customers greater control over how and when they pay for their parking.

The ticketless ANPR technology is making it easier for customers to pay for parking, as it increases the variety of payment options available, and help to improve security.

Greater Anglia performance amongst best of last 20 years

Punctuality on parts of the Greater Anglia network last month was amongst the best of the last two decades, with performance improving for the fourth month in a row, according to the latest statistics.

On average across the network more than nine out of ten trains were on time, with punctuality even better than that across many routes.

Improvements to cycle parking at Cambridgeshire railway station

Cyclists at a Cambridgeshire railway station are set to benefit from better cycle parking after Greater Anglia installed new cycle racks.

The train operator has invested more than £40,000 and created 30 new cycle spaces at Dullingham railway station.

Wrabness walk and tea party a success for English Tourism Week

Ramblers enjoyed a guided walk from Wrabness rail station and a tea party to celebrate English Tourism Week.