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Mums travel free on c2c trains on Mother’s Day

PUBLISHED: 12:07 22 March 2017 | UPDATED: 12:07 22 March 2017

Mums can travel for free along the c2c line on Sunday. (Photo: PA Wire/Nick Ansell)

Mums can travel for free along the c2c line on Sunday. (Photo: PA Wire/Nick Ansell)

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If you’re planning to take your mum out for Mother’s Day, take the train – and take her for free.

Rail operator c2c is offering free travel for mums on Sunday, as long as they are accompanied by a fare-paying adult or child.

You can save on any journey along the network, whether it’s a trip to catch the sights, shops or shows in the city or a relaxing day on the beach.

To redeem your free ticket, download a voucher from c2c-online.co.uk and present it at your nearest station when buying your ticket.

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