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Just to remind you that the wearing of face coverings when travelling on trains and other forms of public transport became mandatory from Monday 15 June. Greater Anglia are asking customers to wear face coverings from when they enter a station, so that they do not hold up others at ticket barriers or when boarding a train. Children under 11 do not need to wear a face covering and people with specific medical conditions (e.g. those with breathing difficulties or specific disabilities), that mean they cannot wear a face covering, will not have to do so. To keep people safe, more thorough cleaning, improved information on potential crowding and one-way systems at busier stations have been put in place. The requirement is for face coverings (not surgical masks).
Full details of Greater Anglia’s revised timetables, advice on social distancing, face coverings, refund arrangements and other relevant information can be found on their website. www.greateranglia.co.uk
Watch the video which shows the new and extensive cleaning routine to Greater Anglia’s Trains to keep everyone safe when travelling on the trains.
Greater Anglia new Trains arrive
A highlight of the year from Greater Anglia is the arrival of the new Trains
15 Defribrillators installed
Defibrillators are now at all the 42 branch line stations in Essex and South Suffolk