South West Trains is helping to support the Royal British Legion's 2012 Poppy Appeal. The London train operator will this week undertake activities to help staff and customers honour and remember Service personnel who have lost their lives in the line of duty.
South West Trains has agreed that uniformed Armed Forces personnel can travel free of charge on its services on Wednesday (31 October) and Thursday (1 November). This will assist serving and former servicemen and women travelling to London to take part in London Poppy Day on Thursday.
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