Virgin Trains makes travelling with kids easier
publication date: Aug 8, 2009
With UK holidays increasing in popularity this summer, Virgin Trains is gearing up for an abundance of children traveling on their new services this school holiday. With this in mind the West Coast rail provider has engineered a new offering for the younger passengers to make journeys as fun as possible and to ensure the parents also have a hassle free trip.
Containing all parents need including disposable nappies, nappy sacks, baby wipes, baby milk and disposable bibs - they will be available in times of emergencies such as during delays and shortages or in case busy parents have forgotten those essentials! Contact a member of the On Board Team in the case of such an emergency.
Located in the corners of platform waiting rooms and including a play table and wall panels the Vkids Corners allow children to play in a safe environment whilst parents relax before boarding the train. The safe areas can be found at: Euston (First Class Lounge), Birmingham International (Platform 4 Waiting room), Coventry (Platform 1 Waiting Room) and Wolverhampton (Platform 1 Waiting Room).
Virgin trains' award-winning Vkidz Bags contain an array of goodies including an activity pack, pencil, crayons and stickers to personalize them, the bags guarantee an enjoyable journey for the creative members of the family. Collect on board your train.
Currently families travelling on the weekend will be able to upgrade to First Class for £15 per adult and £5 per child (ages five to 16) direct with the Train Manager. Providing access to free Wi-Fi, bigger seats, more legroom, and complimentary refreshments including on selected services until 27 September full English breakfast, the weekend upgrade will make the journey more comfortable for all the family.
For further information go to www.virgintrains.com or telephone 08457 222 33