News from East Midlands Trains

10.12.2012

East Midlands Trains elves Nottingham passengers in the Christmas spirit

•Thousands of free mince pies to be given away to passengers 

•Christmas travel information now available here

Passengers travelling through Nottingham train station today (Friday 14th Dec 2012) will receive an unexpected festive treat as the ‘East Midlands Trains Elves’ descend on the station to hand out complimentary mince pies. 

Thousands of mince pies will be given out to passengers by the team of elves at Nottingham station during the afternoon and evening of  Friday 14 December and carols will be sung from 1630 until 1830. In addition, a Christmas tree is now on display in the booking office.

 

Andy Moore, Head of Stations for East Midlands Trains, said: “We wanted to give a thank you to our passengers for their patience and understanding whilst the important improvement work takes place at Nottingham station. 

“We hope that this gesture will help passengers get into the Christmas spirit and they enjoy the complimentary mince pies from East Midlands Trains.” 

Nottingham station is currently undergoing a multi-million pound improvement scheme which will see the station transformed into a world-class transport hub. These improvement works will take place over the next 18 months and will help to create a smarter, better, greener station that everyone in Nottingham can be proud of. 

For more information, visit eastmidlandstrains.co.uk/nottingham. A mini map is now available at the station providing details of the changes and useful information for passengers using Nottingham station. 

For information about Christmas services or special offers available during the Christmas and New Year period, visit eastmidlandstrains.co.uk/Christmas. This year, there will be no planned engineering work affecting East Midlands Trains services however passengers are advised to check in advance of travel.