Rail users have just a few more days to comment on plans to close most ticket offices in stations across East Anglia.

Of the 54 staffed ticket offices on the Greater Anglia network, just seven would remain open under the proposals outlined by the Rail Delivery Group.

Ipswich, Colchester, Norwich and Cambridge's ticket offices would become customer service centres selling a full range of tickets.

At other stations, including Stowmarket, Diss, Lowestoft and Manningtree staff would move out of their offices and help passengers on platforms, selling tickets from mobile machines.

Rail users have until next Wednesday, July 26, to comment on the proposal - and these comments will then be passed on to the RDG which represents train operating companies and Network Rail.

Rail unions are concerned that the proposals will lead to a loss of jobs and say that many passengers rely on ticket offices.

Disabled groups say that ticket offices are vital for passengers with disabilities because they are often unable to use ticket machines or online services.

The RDG says only 12% of rail tickets are now bought at offices - in the mid-1990s the figure was 82%. Greater Anglia says 16% of its tickets are sold from offices.