Fishguard wins Six Nations ::: UPDATED

Seagulls heading for a 24-6 win

The Six Nations – Wales last won in 2008. Since then Ireland, France and England have all had their turn. And now it’s Fishguard’s turn – and we don’t just mean the Seagulls’ 24-6 pre-season win over Usk last month.

In just two days time, September 12th 2011, we will be reconnected to Pembrokeshire, Wales and Europe. From Monday, you can breakfast in Fishguard, and be seated for 6pm dinner in no less than six European nations. Likewise breakfasters in six European countries can enjoy a Fishguard supper the same day – and all by public transport.

Fishguard timetables boxed for distribution

packed and ready to go

To celebrate, Fishguard Trains today launches a timetable like no other. A timetable that will take you on a day trip across Pembrokeshire, shopping in Swansea, the big match in Cardiff, or a romantic journey across our continent.

Because the arrival of five extra trains each way to Fishguard will link us firmly into the expanding, high-speed, low-carbon rail network that is the future of European travel.

Fishguard and Six Nations timetable is now published, available online and at outlets across Fishguard and Goodwick. Read all about it here.

Our thanks to Andrew Butler and Clwb Rygbi Abergwaun ac Wdig for the picture of Seagulls in flight

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  1. Paul

    What a fantastic idea the new ‘six nations’ timetable is. Certainly shows the varied short and long-distance destinations that will now be possible by train to and from Fishguard and North Pembrokeshire.

    Encouraged to see the bus links to and from the Harbour station, and would be great to see these links developed as some sort of Trawscymru service in the future.

    Share concerns about the connection possibilities being missed for whatever reason at Clarbeston Road. Any contingencies in place such as a bus in times of severe delays on incoming westbound trains? Could be arranged by the guard (say of a Manchester/Swansea to West Wales) on arrival at Carmarthen?

    Have really enjoyed visiting this website over the last few months, and looking forward to seeing any photos or publicity from the launch of the train service tomorrow. Well done to all involved.

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