c2c offer free travel for mums on Mother’s Day

PUBLISHED: 16:25 07 March 2018

The rail operator will offer free travel for mums on Sunday. Picture: C2C

The rail operator will offer free travel for mums on Sunday. Picture: C2C


C2c trains is offering free travel for all mums this Sunday to celebrate Mother’s Day.

To travel for free on Sunday (March 11) mums (or their children) need to download the special voucher on the c2c website and take it to any c2c station.

They can then get a free ticket, provided they are travelling alongside someone who has a valid ticket – adult or child.

Commercial director at c2c, Clare McCaffrey said: “This is our way of helping people to show their appreciation for mum and to do something special on Mother’s Day. “Whether you want to go for a day trip to London, or if you’re heading down to the coast, we’ve made it simple to take your mum with you for free.”

c2c runs trains from Shoeburyness to London Fenchurch Street so you could take your mum anywhere from central London to the seaside.

To download the voucher visit

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