Station cafés donate food to lorry drivers stuck on M20

Over the few nights on the lead up to Christmas, the St. Pancras International station team worked alongside Southeastern Railway to get food donated by the station's cafés and food brands over to lorry drivers caught up in Operation Brock on the M20 in Kent.

Bringing a completely new meaning to 'fast food', the food was taken by Southeastern high speed via the HS1 line to Ashford International where The Salvation Army and the UK Coastguard were able to distribute to lorry drivers over night.

A big thank you goes out to the station's EL&N Café, Le Pain Quotidien, Marks & Spencer, PAUL Express, Pret and Starbucks for all of their food donations.