Christmas comes early for Greater Anglia commuters for charity

Just 0.37% of Greater Anglia services were signficantly delayed in 2016/17, a Which? survey has foun

Just 0.37% of Greater Anglia services were signficantly delayed in 2016/17, a Which? survey has found. Picture: ARCHANT - Credit: Archant

Passengers using Greater Anglia stations on Friday will find some extra Christmas cheer on offer.

Staff are offering free cookies and chocolates, and festive fun to help raise money for Save the Children.

Stations and ticket offices across the network will be decorated and staff will enter into the festive spirit by wearing Christmas jumpers as part of Save the Children’s national Christmas Jumper Day

They will also hand out more than 13,000 Christmas tree cookies and more than 19,000 festive chocolates to passengers during the morning rush hour at stations across the network.

Greater Anglia’s Customer Service Director, Andrew Goodrum, said: “We wanted to show our regular commuters that we have appreciated their custom during 2017, help spread a bit of Christmas cheer and raise money for a very worthy cause at the same time. We wish all of our customers a very happy Christmas.”


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