Public transport is not easy. We meet in the middle of Cumbria. That is about a one hour car journey for each parent. The Order was made to ensure equity of responsibility, time and cost. Public transport involves a half hour journey to a mainline station, nearly two hours on one train, then another hour and a half on a further train. So three trains and an over all travel time of nearly five hours as against two by car. My daughter is also not very confident and dislikes travelling alone on the train. She wanst to maintain the status quo.
There is a deteriorating relatoinship between my daughter and her mother and partner. But my daughter is not confident of change. There is always a threat of her moving but I do not believe she would carry it out as all of her friends are in the North East.
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