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A reading to Reading and beyond

Rail passengers were treated to a special treat this week with an on board book reading by First Great Western’s writer on the train.
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Only bring what you can carry and charge your phone: Advice to Glastonbury Festival travellers

Only bring what you can carry, remember to charge your phone if you have an electronic ticket and remember your young person’s rail card is the advice from the company running over 50 extra trains to help revellers attend the Glastonbury Festival 2015.
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Don’t stop the music

First Great Western is warning customers to check before they travel to this weekend’s One Direction and Manic Street Preachers concerts in Cardiff, as Network Rail engineering work may affect fans’ journey home.
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First Great Western responds to Dispatches investigation

In regards to the issues raised in the programme:
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Have you seen this train?

Train operator creates special summer time train with children’s paintings.
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First Great Western wins Marketing Campaign of the Year

First Great Western has been awarded Marketing Campaign of the Year by the Chartered Institute of Marketing for its targeted and inspirational marketing campaign ‘Be a Great Westerner’.
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Additional peak time trains for Maidenhead passengers

First Great Western is delighted to announce two new evening peak rail services from Paddington to Maidenhead, adding over 350 seats for passengers.
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10,000 seats at just £10 for North Cotswold rail passengers

First Great Western is to make 10,000 seats-a-month available from just £10 for passengers travelling between the North Cotswolds and London.
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Railway shhh…leepers

First Great Western is handing out ‘Shh…nooze’ strips to mark the start of National Stop Snoring week, as research reveals a quarter of rail passengers are unable to relax on board for fear of falling asleep and snoring.
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Reading V Arsenal

FGW has responded to passenger concerns about whether GroupSave will be honoured for Reading FC's upcoming game against Arsenal at Wembley Stadium.
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New fleet upgrade for South Wales passengers

First Great Western customers will be able to get to London from South Wales in less than two hours, as part of the new package of improvements it has put together with the Department for Transport.