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Bedfordshire schoolchildren on track with railway learning thanks to ‘epic’ outings
Houghton Regis schoolchildren with special needs have been building up their confidence when it comes to train travel thanks to three specially organised 'Try a Train' trips with Thameslink.
Tots learn about rail safety on special Flitwick to Bedford trip
Pint-sized passengers have been learning about rail safety with Thameslink.
Bedfordshire children enjoy ‘Try a Train’ day with Thameslink
Flitwick children swapped the classroom for the railway as they enjoyed a ‘Try a Train’ day with Thameslink.
Thameslink Station Manager delighted to help Bedford students 'Try a Train'
When Bedford College staff and students celebrated their activities and achievements at their end of academic year event, Thameslink Station Manager Joe Healy was proud to be among the guests.
Great Northern Try a Train day hailed a success after boosting confidence of autism group
Six people with autism now feel more confident about travelling by train after having taken part in Great Northern’s Try a Train experience.
Station team welcomes group to make rail service more accessible
Elstree & Borehamwood Thameslink station team members welcomed a group of passengers with accessibility needs to help them travel with confidence on the railway
Charity works with Southern to improve access at Eastbourne train station
Following the success of their trip with Southern Railway in April last year, a group from Possability People attended their third 'Try a Train' event from Brighton to Hampden Park via Eastbourne, hosted by Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR).
Thameslink inspires young people with learning difficulties to take the train
Thameslink has given five young Bedfordshire people with learning difficulties, the knowledge and confidence to travel by train, helping develop their independence
Thameslink and Southern promote independent travel for people with accessibility needs
Govia Thameslink Railway held a 'Try a Train' event from Brighton station, taking a group of 12 from 'Possability People' with various accessibility needs on the train to London where they were welcomed by the City of London mounted police