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Train operator Greater Anglia offers 12,000 free Valentine’s cupcakes to passengers

PUBLISHED: 14:29 14 February 2018 | UPDATED: 15:49 14 February 2018

Lee Curtis and Carmen Milos at Bishop's Stortford station. Picture: GREATER ANGLIA

Lee Curtis and Carmen Milos at Bishop's Stortford station. Picture: GREATER ANGLIA

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Train operator Greater Anglia says it has received “positive feedback” from customers after giving out free Valentine’s cupcakes to commuters.

Joni Swain and Dawn Chapman from Diss station during Greater Anglia's Valentine's Day cupcake giveaway. Picture: GREATER ANGLIAJoni Swain and Dawn Chapman from Diss station during Greater Anglia's Valentine's Day cupcake giveaway. Picture: GREATER ANGLIA

Passengers at stations across East Anglia including Broxbourne, Harlow Town, Audley End, Cambridge,Shenfield, Chelmsford, Ipswich and Norwich, were offered a total of around 12,000 cakes as part of the marketing exercise.

Customer service director Andrew Goodrum said: “We carry out a number of customer service initiatives throughout the year, including Valentine’s Day cupcakes, Christmas cookies and ice creams during the summer.

“It’s to thank passengers for their custom and let them know that our staff are always there to help make life a little easier while travelling with us.

“We have received a lot of positive feedback from our customers and we are pleased they are enjoying their treats.”

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