Railway children join the fight
RAILWAY children have pleaded with First Capital Connect (FCC) to save their fast train. This is the next step in Ashwell and Morden Rail User Group s campaign to keep their services which are threatened with cuts. Members of the group are worried that if
RAILWAY children have pleaded with First Capital Connect (FCC) to save their fast train. This is the next step in Ashwell and Morden Rail User Group's campaign to keep their services which are threatened with cuts.
Members of the group are worried that if they don't make a stand now plans to cut more services across the county will go ahead and congestion will increase
Children gathered at the station with placards spelling out 'Save Our Fast Trains Please'. Emily Wallis, 6, had written a letter to First Capital Connect managing director Elaine Holt about her mum having to leave for work earlier to get the slow train.
She said: "I like to see mummy in the morning. But now I'll be asleep when she goes to work. That makes me sad."
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Oliver Heald, MP for Hertfordshire North East, helped gather signatures for a petition from shoppers at Tesco in Baldock on Saturday. On Tuesday they delivered the petition, with 1500 names, to Elaine Holt urging her to restore the service.
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