Rail Strikes



The RMT voted in favour of strike action and the country's rail network will shut down on Tuesday, June 21st, Thursday, June 23rd and Saturday, June 25th.


How does this affect existing bookings? 

We will send out an email to notify you if your journey has been cancelled by the train company. You will be offered a full refund on your entire booking if you prefer to rebook your journey. 


Passengers travelling on strike days have the following options: 

Refunds [online refund form]

If your service has been cancelled, delayed, or rescheduled and we've emailed you about it, you will be entitled to a refund on your unused tickets. You may self-refund your booking via the online refund form (read this guide on how to self-refund your journey) before the departure date. 

Change of travel dates

If you have a ticket for travel on 21, 23 or 25 June you can use this ticket either on the day before the date on the ticket or through and including the Monday and Tuesday of the following week (excluding Season Tickets).​​​​​​​ Please note if your ticket is for a journey that includes crossing London it will not be valid on London Underground services on an alternative date. Please contact the original retailer of your ticket for more information. 

Change of train company or route

You may be able to use your ticket on another train company or an alternative route. Please check for ticket acceptance information on the train company's website or contact them for more details. 

More information: https://www.nationalrail.co.uk/service_disruptions/industrialaction.aspx