We have teamed up with Merseyrail who are offering you and your family a Free voucher giveaway across our network, towards a fun family day out at Southport.

Our Free voucher giveaway occurs on Sunday 11 June, perfect for a family day out!

So do you fancy exploring 22 miles of coast? Merseyrail stops at stations close to each beach along the coast so you can hop off and on until you get to Southport.

Or do you fancy walking the oldest iron pier in the UK? Grab some seaside fish n' chips at the end and sit on the Promenade to eat.

Or why not soak up some culture at The Atkinson? Watch a performance or visit the museum and gallery.

Or maybe you fancy a meal out with the family? Southport has a wealth of great places to eat and some great special offers.

The free vouchers are limited, so to register for your free Family Ticket, which can be used for at least one adult and four kids or 2 adults and up to 3 kids (aged 5-15) please fill in the form below by Thursday 8 June.

CLAIM YOUR FREE TRAVEL

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