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Four trains an hour in sight

Winter draws on but a great number of local residents still made it to the Rivoli Ballroom to hear about the latest updates from the Cinderella Line last Saturday, along with our local MP, Vicky Foxcroft, representatives from Thameslink and Network Rail and a surprise appearance from the Mayor of Lewisham, Damien Egan, who lent his support to the campaign - highlighting once again what an important issue transport is for local residents. For those who couldn't be there, here are the highlights. Vicky Foxcroft made the introductions and then handed over to Michael from the Cinderella Line Michael confirmed that the campaign will keep pressing forward, representing our community's need

Your chance to talk to Thameslink

Good news! We have a confirmed date for our public meeting with Thameslink and Network Rail. The day is Saturday 17th November. The time is 2pm. The place is the Rivoli Ballroom. Thameslink Railway and Network Rail will be there and the meeting will be chaired by local MP Vicky Foxcroft. This is your chance to help us push for the services we were promised and to tell them to how vital they are for local users. Get what you deserve Big changes in service ahead and Thameslink also won't be small-changing users who coped with the cost of the new timetable implementation chaos in May. There are enhanced payments on offer as well as the usual Delay Repay so make sure you get what you're entitle

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A Cinderella Line campaign has been created and is run by the Crofton Park Transport Users Group (CPTUG)

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