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Coleraine passengers to hop on board the bus and train for an ‘egg’citing adventure

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Young passengers Sophia Clarke and Finn Clarke excited at the announcement of Translink's Easter fares

Translink has announced a range of travel offers and special family train to encourage passengers in the Causeway Coast and Glens District to ‘hop’ on-board bus and rail services for smart moves this Easter. Parents and their little chicks will have the chance to enjoy fun family activities on-board an Easter Monday family train to Portrush on 2nd April 2018 operating from Coleraine Train Station.

In addition to a variety of discount tickets available March 24 – April 8, the public transport provider has also released a celebratory 50%-off Day Return train ticket, valid after 9.30am from April 4 – 8 to mark the 50th anniversary of Translink NI Railways (NIR).

Translink’s Claire Vaux says:

“We want to help families make smart moves over the Easter break for quality time together which is why we’re delighted to offer our popular Easter Monday Family Train service, in addition to a host of discount ticket offers. It’s the perfect excuse for a fun, affordable day trip to the North Coast.

“We have a number of deals available this Easter – our Friends and Family ticket, priced at just £18 for two adults and up to four children, is another fantastic option for great days out across Northern Ireland, on rail, bus & coach services and with no time restrictions.

“For bus passengers, our Rambler Ticket is available for adults (£9) and children (£4.50) after 9.15am, bringing our customers to many of the top attractions In Northern Ireland.

“We wish all our customers a Happy Easter and look forward to welcoming them on board our services, especially during this milestone 50th anniversary year for NI Railways,” said Claire.

For more details including full list of Translink Easter deals and to buy tickets online for the Family Train visit Translink.co.uk/Easter/ and follow @Translink_NI #smartmovers on Twitter.

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