Samaritans gets a helping hand from Greater Anglia rail operators

Rail safety director Michael Moy (left) hands cheque to Samaritans’ Rachel Kirby-Ride (centre) with

Rail safety director Michael Moy (left) hands cheque to Samaritans Rachel Kirby-Ride (centre) with Greater Anglias Michelle Smart at Liverpool Street - Credit: Greater Anglia

Good Samaritans providing help for anyone struggling to cope with life have been given more than £1,000 by rail bosses at Liverpool Street to help keep their round-the-clock lifeline going.

The Samaritans charity was presented with a £1,169 cheque by Greater Anglia train operators.

It follows the company’s recent staff survey where a contribution is made to charity on behalf of employees.

Staff chose the Samaritans, which is available every day of the year providing a safe place for anyone struggling to cope, whatever life has done to them. The Samaritans’ helpline is: 08457-909090, email

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