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All aboard the Munchtime Express

The month-long promotion will see a different restaurant board the First Great Western service each week to offer train passengers free samples of their food, while travelling the scenic line from Looe to Liskeard, return.
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Train ticket winners visit parliament

MP for St Austell & Newquay, Stephen Gilbert, this week hosted a family from Cornwall at the House of Commons after they won train tickets to London in a school raffle.
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I’m a Great Westerner campaign launched

Train operator First Great Western has today [Monday 4 November] re-launched its multimillion pound campaign to promote leisure travel across the South West.
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Local author signs books aboard famous Night Riviera

Bestselling Falmouth author Emily Barr hosted a very special book signing event on the Penzance to London sleeper train on Friday 4th October, to celebrate the publication of her Night Riviera inspired new novel, ˜The Sleeper".
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Oldfield Park Train Station to receive revamp

Bath Spa University has teamed up with its Students’ Union, First Great Western, Onboard and Miller Construction to help renovate Bath’s Oldfield Park train station. The team of volunteers will spend the day working at the station on Wednesday 30 October.
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Travel information for Rugby League World Cup

With just days to go before the Rugby League World Cup First Great Western is advising customers to check before they travel, as Network Rail carry out essential engineering work in the Severn Tunnel.
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Swindon to Kemble engineering work overrun

First Great Western has apologised to customers after Network Rail's improvement work along the Swindon and Kemble line overran this morning.
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Additional trains to take Reading Festival goers home

First Great Western is to run three additional trains to take Reading Festival goers home when the music stops on Sunday night [August 25].