After a successful collaboration since 2009, Raileasy has again been invited to partner with Glastonbury Festival to assist travellers by rail to the festival. This year, Raileasy is working with ‘First Travel Solutions’ to provide dedicated Glastonbury train services running on Wednesday 22nd / Thursday 23rd and Sunday 26th / Monday 27th June, departing from London and Preston to Cranmore station near to the Festival site.
Raileasy will be running two train routes to the festival – one direct from London, and one from Preston, stopping at Bolton, Manchester Piccadilly, Crewe and Stoke-on-Trent before pulling into Cranmore station – so whether you’re north or south you can still get on the Glastonbury trains. As an extra bonus, all trains will be met at Cranmore station by coaches, which will then transfer festival ticket holders to the festival site for free. Rail ticket prices start from, £60 and include free coach transfer.
Glastonbury Festival aims to reduce its carbon footprint each year. The collaboration with Raileasy is one of a number of ways to help reduce carbon emissions and continue the festival’s tradition of upholding sustainable environmental practice.