Passengers travelling by train to the Cambridge Club Festival and Strawberry Fair on Saturday 11 June advised to plan ahead and allow extra time for their journeys
People taking the train are advised to plan ahead and travel in good time, as they make their way to two big events in Cambridge on Saturday 11 June.
Trains and stations in the area are likely to be busy as passengers head to the Strawberry Fair and Cambridge Club Festivals, which both take place this weekend.
With large crowds expected to attend, travellers are advised to allow plenty of time for all legs of their journey, including those from and to the station. If aiming for a particular time at the event or heading back for a specific train (especially the last train of the evening), passengers are advised to give themselves some flexibility around their journey time, in case it’s busy.
Martin Moran, Greater Anglia’s commercial, customer service and train presentation director, said:
“We are expecting our trains and stations to be busy when these events take place, so we’d encourage passengers to use the full length of trains and platforms.
“Our staff will do their best to make sure passengers’ journeys go as smoothly as possible, but please do check before you travel and allow extra time for your journeys.”
Journey information can be found at greateranglia.co.uk and on Twitter @greateranglia