Bad weather means Southeastern will need change the times of some trains, and some Peak services will be busier.
Media call notice - Strictly Embargoed Until 4pm, Monday 21 January
Doing their bit to brighten up ‘Blue Monday’ (21st January), a group of rail employees are to release their uplifting rendition of “Lean On Me” in aid of the charity Railway Children after a video of them flash-mobbing commuters at London Bridge station went viral.
Department for Transport confirms a 12-week extension to the current Southeastern franchise, from 1 April 2019 to 22 June 2019.
• Southeastern urges commuters to avoid queues by switching their season ticket to The Key before January 1 2019 to take advantage of 2018 prices
• The Key works by tapping in and out at the ticket gates, just like Oyster and Contactless
• Anytime and Off-Peak singles and returns now available from ticket offices and at ticket vending machines
Yesterday (Tuesday 11th December), Southeastern and other rail staff from across the country showed their support for vulnerable young people who will spend this winter sheltering at stations, by staging a flash mob choir at London Bridge station.
Passengers passing through Southeastern's Bromley South station treated to singing and poetry by local schoolchildren on Friday, as the station celebrated its 160th birthday, with cake and sweets being handed out and donations sought for local causes.