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Engineering works during bank holiday weekend

Engineering works are scheduled for the weekend. Credit: ITV Anglia.

No service between St Pancras International and Luton due to engineering works on East Midlands Trains - 28 August

  • Luton, rail replacement buses will operate between Luton and London.
  • Some trains depart stations earlier, some will operate later.

Replacement bus service running on Abellio Greater Anglia between Stowmarket and Norwich due to engineering works - 27th, 28th, 29th August

  • Bridge maintenance is taking place between Stowmarket and Norwich with all lines closed.
  • Buses replace trains between Stowmarket and Norwich all weekend and Bank Holiday Monday.

Replacement bus service running on CrossCountry between Peterborough and Stamford due to engineering works - 28th August

  • Buses replace trains all day on Sunday.

For more details on other services that will be affected visit the Network Rail website by clicking here.

I AM TEAM GB - possibly the nation's biggest sports day is getting closer

'I AM TEAM GB' - possibly the nation's biggest sports day is getting closer. It's backed by our Olympic team, the National Lottery and ITV and will take place on August 27th, that's this Saturday with activities right across our region.

All events are absolutely free, so if you fancy joining in or belong to a club that wants to take part, you can sign up at '' - details are on our website;

The ITV News Anglia team here have been trying to lead by example. Becky Jago joined a group of children from Hadleigh near Ipswich in Suffolk to have a go at a bit of cycling.

Watch her report below.

Some schools in east buck national trend in GCSE results

There's been a fall in A* to C grades at GCSE as thousands of students from across the region pick up their results.

Nationally the pass rate has declined sharply following government reforms which forced many teenagers to re-sit exams in English and maths.

However, some schools in the East have bucked the national trend and recorded some of their best results.

Watch a report by ITV News Anglia's Claire McGlasson.


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