NorthLink Ferries to Orkney and Shetland

Free tickets to veterans and their carers attending the World War One Commemoration Drumhead Service at Edinburgh Castle

Serco NorthLink Ferries are providing free tickets to veterans and their carers travelling from Orkney and Shetland to attend the World War One Commemoration Drumhead Service at Edinburgh Castle on Sunday.

Northlink is offering free foot passenger tickets for veterans/carers as well as dinner and breakfast vouchers.

Those who have already purchased their ferry ticket can apply for a refund

If customers wishing to take part in this arrangement, could they contact the Customer Service Centre (0845 6000 449) and quote code S14LF0-11. This will entitle them to 100% discount off foot passage as well as breakfast and a 3 course dinner free of charge.

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