Daytrippers from Suffolk to London could face a double shake-up when buying tickets to London in the new year.

Ticket offices at most staffed stations are facing closure - with staff instead working on platforms to help passengers on to trains or showing them how to use ticket machines.

Ipswich station will retain a customer service centre which will continue to sell tickets - but there have been suggestions there will be fewer staff on working there than at present.

A spokeswoman for Greater Anglia said it had not yet been decided how many windows would be open at the centre - but its opening hours would be reduced.

Another change likely to come is the withdrawal of Transport for London's One Day Travelcard which gives unlimited travel around most of the capital's Underground and Overground train network.

The Mayor of London is currently deciding whether to go ahead with its withdrawal after being told by the Department of Transport that he had to cut the subsidy to the transport network.

Travelcards are a popular add-on to tickets for visitors travelling to the capital, although if you are staying in central London it is often cheaper to use an Oyster card or your credit card to get around.

If you travel further afield - to places like Kew Gardens or Hampton Court Palace then Travelcards are a cheaper way to travel.

London Mayor Sadiq Khan has said he does not want to withdraw one-day Travelcards that are popular with visitors - but he may be left with no option to reduce TfL's costs.

A decision on this will be taken within the next six months and Travelcards remain on sale at present.