LNER’S Face Mask Pop-Up Shop at King’s Cross To Raise Money For CALM

22/10/20 LNER’S Face Mask Pop-Up Shop at King’s Cross To Raise Money For CALM

On Friday 23 October, London North Eastern Railway (LNER) is giving customers a chance to purchase their exclusive reusable face mask collection from a special pop-up shop at London King’s Cross Station.

Located on the main concourse, near the departure boards, the pop-up shop will be selling the entire range of LNER’s face masks - London Eye, Edinburgh Thistle, Newcastle Bridges and Yorkshire Rose as well as the latest addition, the Azuma design.

Each mask will cost £13.50 but a special offer will be available on the day, allowing customers to purchase two for £25.00. For every mask sold, a donation will be made to LNER’s partner charity, Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM).

LNER Communications Director, Kate McFerran, said: “We’re delighted to be giving our customers the chance to purchase our beautiful face mask designs in person, helping to ensure that they can travel safely and in style whilst also raising funds for CALM.”

The pop-up shop will be open from 08:00 – 18:00. For those unable to visit the shop, LNER’s face masks will continue to be available to purchase online.

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