Company offering free bus travel from London to Brighton amid rail strikes

A COMPANY is offering free bus travel from London to Brighton to help travelers avoid the rail strikes.

After Thursday’s strike action, only a fifth of normal services will operate and half of the lines will be closed on Saturday 20 August.

Trains only run between 7:30am and 6:30pm and run later than normal on the following mornings.

Drinks company High Water is offering a “must-have free trip” to Brighton on Saturday.

First come, first served travelers will be picked up from London Victoria at the Apollo Theater at 10:00am.

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Passengers will enjoy “summer music and all-round good vibes” on their journey to Brighton Palace Pier – along with complimentary cans of High Water Hard Seltzer.

The bus then picks up passengers at the same location at 17:00 and returns to London Victoria.

A spokeswoman for High Water said: “With the UK’s summer of travel disruption showing no signs of easing, British hard-seltzer brand High Water is stepping in to salvage summer plans for those yearning for a seaside getaway.

“High Water is helping Brits create unforgettable moments with friends this weekend and ensuring those who share a love of water can still get there by offering free rides on the High Water bus.”

Potential passengers must register with Eventbrite to secure a free ride.

Tickets to board the High Water Bus are delivered on a first come, first served basis. Company offering free bus travel from London to Brighton amid rail strikes

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