Edinburgh Trams celebrates 8th birthday with prize draw

31st May marks the eight anniversary of the opening of the Edinburgh Trams network and to mark the occasion they have teamed up with the Johnnie Walker attraction on Princes Street to offer a special prize as part of a birthday competition.

The Johnnie Walker attraction opened last year and as part of this competition there are two tickets available for the Journey of Flavour tour. It’s a free prize draw with all you need to do to enter being to post a birthday message on Edinburgh Trams’ Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/EdinburghTramsOfficial before 12pm on Friday 3rd June. A winner will be picked at random and the prize also includes free tram travel on the day of the tour.

Lea Harrison, Edinburgh Trams Managing Director, said: “Since trams first returned to Edinburgh on May 31, 2014, they’ve proved a huge hit with both locals and visitors, providing a vital transport link between the airport and the city centre. This birthday provides an ideal opportunity to say a huge thank you to customers for their unwavering loyalty and support, and to our staff who have worked so hard to deliver a first-class service. This proved particularly important during the Covid-19 pandemic when they helped to keep the city moving, and they continue to do marvellous job welcoming back customers following the lifting of restrictions, and as we work towards the launch of services to Newhaven.”

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1 Response to Edinburgh Trams celebrates 8th birthday with prize draw

  1. Andrew McCracken says:

    Sadly since I do not do “the book of the face” I can’t enter the competition but I know what I would say if I could.

    On the second city bound tram from Edinburgh Park (very 1st one was too packed already to take on more passengers) I got a photo at Bankhead through the front cab of the sun rising over Arthur’s Seat and immediately thought “a new dawn for Edinburgh”. Now looking forward on the trams’ 9th birthday or thereabouts to the return of sunshine on Leith….

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