Victoria: Long May She Train
Now that we are seeing our Thameslink services improve, its time for the Cinderella Line to get to Victoria. Respond to the Southeastern consultation now!
A little while ago now, the Cinderella Line campaign and the local community successfully pushed for services into Victoria during morning peak times on a weekday.
That's helped curtail a lot of commutes but all work and no play isn't fun.
As much as we love where we live, sometimes the bright lights of the West End beckon so imagine if Southeastern put on a star turn and trains on the Cinderella Line went to Victoria at evenings and weekends too?
We don't want to be stamping our feet in the cold, waiting for a connection, we want to have our knees under the table at a lovely restaurant, be tapping our feet to live music, shaking our things on the dancefloor...and if we wanted to see a musical just 20 minutes from home - well, that would be Wicked, wouldn't it?
We've got form for getting top-level turnout from our supporters when it comes to getting the biggest results for both stages of the Thameslink consultation - against stiff competition from much bigger stations.
It's a very straight-forward survey with just a few questions but here's a guide to make it even easier to make our voices heard for Victoria trains.