Then there follows a text paragraph covering each bit of the new network. This is OK if you know what to look for, but hardly user-friendly. Occasionally it is open to misinterpretation as we shall see as this series continues.
Clicking on "here" ought to take you to the new timetables. In an outbreak of web programing laziness, you link to a full set of South Yorkshire "forthcoming" timetables; 89 services spread over 10 pages where you will, with effort, find the occasional new ones. Of course you could look up a specific new service number, e.g. X8 ...
A number of residents living in the School Lane area reported that a slice of margherita pizza landed on their doormat on Saturday evening.
Tara Reilly, one of the residents who was targeted, said she had reported it to police as she was concerned it may have been an attempt to poison her Labrador dog.
Commenting on Facebook, Ranjan Bhayani said: "The person must be stopped. Keep a look out for anyone acting suspiciously with a slice of pizza."
However, another Wootton resident, who does not have a dog, said she had also had a piece of pizza posted through her letterbox.
Alan comments: Now there's a phrase you don't hear every day "Keep a look out for anyone behaving suspiciously with a slice of pizza". Not since the days of the dreaded batter pudding hurler of Bexhill on Sea, I suggest.
fbb concludes: Should you wish to emulate Neddy Seagoon (1954 radio show) and seek out the perpetrator, buses 7 or X4 will take you from Northampton to Grange Park.