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Today, (Saturday 14th August) Network Railway are holding an event at Leeds railway station to celebrate the fact that Saturday footfall figures have returned to pre-covid levels.
Following the lifting of restrictions, passengers have returned to train travel with footfall at the station increasing by 15% since the 17th July.
The event at the station will celebrate the returning of passengers as they reconnect with family and friends.
DJ @missdjcandy will be on the main concourse entertaining those passing through the station and free product samples will be given out by retailers on the station.
A social media competition is also running, with a chance to win a hamper, with passengers being encouraged to take a photo of the event and post it on twitter tagging @networkraillds and using #BackInLeedsStation.
Nick Cooper, Network Rail’s Station Manager at Leeds station, said: “It’s wonderful to see footfall returning to pre-COVID levels and we look forward to celebrating the return of passengers to Leeds station with our event this Saturday.
“We want to create a feel-good atmosphere and remind passengers that our station team is here to help everyone travel with confidence.”
This article first appeared on www.railadvent.co.uk
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