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The news release issued jointly by the Borough Council of King's Lynn & West Norfolk, FLUA and King's Lynn Business Improvement District expressing the three bodies' dismay with the CURRENT timetable proposals - for Saturdays and Sundays - is here.*** FEN LINE STRONGLY OUTPERFORMS AGAIN - OFFICIAL 2016/17 STATION USAGE FIGURES NOW OUT - see news item below, dated Friday 1 December 2017 ***East Anglia's busiest and fastest-growing stations ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Advance warning - Monday 12 FEBRUARY - Friday 16 FEBRUARY 2018IMPORTANT TRAVEL ANNOUNCEMENT Major bridge works and track maintenance are taking place between King's Lynn and Ely, for 5 consecutive days from Monday 12 February to Friday 16 February 2018, closing the Fen Line north of Ely North Junction over this period.

No trains will run between King's Lynn and Ely on these days.

This announcement affects rail travel to/from King's Lynn, Watlington, Downham Market, and Littleport, and relevant services to/from Ely.

CHECK WITH Great Northern or Greater Anglia BEFORE travelling.*** Our usual news items follow below *** ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Friday 15 December 2017 - Writing in 'yourlocalpaper'', King's Lynn & West Norfolk Borough Council leader Brian Long says: "We've heard much about the promised work on Ely North Junction that is to take place, but will inevitably be a long process.

Darren Taylor, chairman of King's Lynn Business Improvement District (BID) said: 'We need to make our dissatisfaction clear to government.'" The newspaper devotes page 4 to the front page story.

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Thursday 14 December 2017 - Chris Grayling, Secretary of State for Transport, officially launches the East West Rail Company today.

Additionally, on Mondays to Fridays, the 0617 King's Lynn-Liverpool Street and the 1707 Liverpool Street-King's Lynn services operate as 'The Fenman'.

Sunday 10 December 2017 - Reporting in the Cambridge Independent on The Future of Transport conference, Mike Scialom reports: " Cambridge South station is 'a key enabler for life sciences from our point of view ', said Astra Zeneca’s Andy Williams, who is vice president R&D for Med Immune and Cambridge Transition team leader for Astra Zeneca." [We support a new Cambridge South station, asking of for all Fen Line trains to "stop where the jobs are."] Saturday 9 December 2017 - "Call to restore double track rail line between King’s Lynn and Littleport" writes Chris Bishop in the Eastern Daily Press.

The single-track bottlenecks result in a sub-standard level of service, which Great Northern is now proposing to downgrade further, with even longer journey times.' Train operator Great Northern has put its proposed timetable changes out to consultation."Please see our announcement 'MANY FEN LINE JOURNEYS SET TO BECOME MUCH LONGER' at the top of this page.

Friday 8 December 2017 - "Passenger group demands fare cut for longer journeys" says the Lynn News today in a full-page feature given over to the Fen Line [page 12].

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