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Pregnant passengers also meet the criteria for a Priority Seating card.

This card can be shown to fellow passengers who are sitting in a priority seat and gives them priority over non-card holders.

Also, if you’re 20 weeks or more into your pregnancy and travel with us at least twice a week, you can apply for authorisation to sit in First Class when there are no seats available in standard class. We offer this as a courtesy to mums-to-be, but of course we can't guarantee there’ll always be a seat available.

To apply, we need a copy of a MAT B1 form, or a signed letter from your GP or midwife which confirms pregnancy and the date the baby is due. We also need a photocopy of your Season ticket and photocard or tickets/receipts or letter from your employer to show you travel with us at least two times a week. We’d also need to know your name and contact details. Please send these details to us using our Contact us form.

Don’t be left standing on a packed train. If you’re a mum to be, you can get a free Baby on Board badge to let everyone know you need a seat.

Applying is easy. Just request a badge using our Contact Us form, or give our Customer Services team a call on 0345 322 7021 and they’ll be happy to put one in the post for you.

Absolutely! We understand little ones can be restless on a long journey. You can download and print some free Southeastern train-themed activity pages or connect to our free WiFi when your on board our trains.

Live information on on-board toilets is now available through our Southeastern app.

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