Cambridge rail station becomes drop-off point for city food bank donations
Staff at Greater Anglia are appealing for people in Cambridge to drop off food bank donations at Cambridge rail station.
The station has become a drop-off point to help Cambridge City Food Bank help people in crisis.
Donations of non-perishable, undamaged, in date food can be donated until Thursday 19th April.
New railway library to be launched by local community rail partnership
Passengers on Greater Anglia’s branch lines between Norwich, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft will be able to enjoy a good read for free, thanks to a new ‘railway library’ initiative set up by the Wherry Lines Community Rail Partnership (CRP).
Bookcases have been installed at Norwich, Reedham, Great Yarmouth and Lowestoft stations and over 300 books donated by members of the public, station adopters, Greater Anglia, Network Rail and Atkins Ltd.
Commuters will be able to go surfing for free on Greater Anglia trains
Greater Anglia is investing £4.5 million to upgrade and install free WiFi on commuter trains between East Anglia and London.
Engineers are currently installing new hardware onto trains to improve WiFi availability and offer a new, free infotainment channel called Connect that will allow passengers to watch NOW TV and Hayu TV shows, keep up to date with the latest news and weather, read magazines and see movie trailers on the move on selected trains when they log on to the company’s app or at www.gaconnect.tv.