COMMUTERS from Henley are being offered the chance to comment on rail services.
Henley MP John Howell has arranged for representatives of First Great Western and Network Rail to meet rail users.
He expects issues such as overcrowding, the future of the Henley-London service and communication during the recent floods to be raised.
The meeting will be held at the Christ Church Centre in Reading Road next Friday from 6.30pm.
Mr Howell said: “I get a steady postbag of complaints about the service that First Great Western provides, so it seemed the obvious thing to arrange for FGW to come to Henley and tell commuters what it is doing.
There are a number of issues which it needs to address. It will also be good to hear from Network Rail on the work they did during the flooding.”