fbb has also emailed Suffolk County Council for a copy of the current panel for this particular stop. The email was sent on Saturday 2nd March.
But there is a piece of technology that overcomes all these problems; it uses simple hardware (scissors) and easily adapted soft-ish ware (a printed timetable) and a dayglo yellow felt tip pen. Using this revolutionary "timetable" idea, the passenger at Secrets Corner can see where his buses go and when and from which stop. As a bonus they can find out what time their bus will arrive at their chosen destination without resorting to challenging mental arithmetic. They can also check on return journeys. There might even be room to add a "map" as well; possibly one which didn't mislead or confuse.
fbb's offering (for the current batch of timetables) is available to download and print out as an A4 page (here). It would need to be A3 size for display at the bus stop.
but see P.S. below] As it only runs on for one stop past Secrets Corner, including it, if it exits, is somewhat pointless. Sadly, however, the full panel is dated 11th February a whole month after the services were re-oganised. Tough luck if you were waiting at Secrets Corner for the daytime 103 or 603 in the intervening days!