Cow-respondent turns heads in Brighton

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Thameslink has announced that a roving reporter, aiming to promote the Cambridge Art Trail, travelled from Cambridge to Brighton this week.

The ‘cow-respondent’ is sponsored by the local newspaper Cambridge Independent and went on an assignment to Brighton as the train operator highlighted the rail connectivity between the two cities.

As well as enjoying the train journey and turning many heads, the cow-respondent also found time to stop off at the beach.

Cows about Cambridge is a public art event that weaves its way through the city from 30 March until 6 June.

There will be 40 cow sculptures of which Thameslink has two.

From Sunday, 17 May, Thameslink will be increasing weekend train services between Cambridge and Brighton.

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1 COMMENT

  1. Never knew it came all the way down from Cambridge to Brighton. Plus Brighton is known for its newest attraction-Observation Tower that opened in 2016.

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