Have you been left at the bus stop this week? Many people were unaware of the changes to the 262 bus timetable which started on 25th July.
But unfortunately if my* experience is anything to go by it may be a new timetable but it’s still the same poor service and poor buses! Despite there being only one bus an hour going to Dewsbury the bus was still 5 minutes late arriving at Huddersfield bus station and then it spent 10 minutes at the traffic lights at the exit to the station as the driver couldn’t release the hand brake!!!
The 262 route seems to be the poor relation of Yorkshire Tiger when compared with the other routes and buses they operate!
Here is the new depleted timetable. Only one bus an hour to Dewsbury
*Editor : this is my personal opinion and not necessarily that of Yetton Together
The local town crier made sure everyone knew of what was happening!
Over 100 people braved the wintry weather to attend Yetton Together’s Community Centre Open Day on the 14th November.
Some of the speakers and events organised by Yetton Hub
They were able to find out more about what the Centre has to offer from its expanding users – Dance Tots, Local History Society, Yoga, Knit n Natter group, Kirkheaton Future, YT Gardening Club etc The library was represented by its Bookworm Reading group and the Lego Club. The playgroup was also open to view.
A group enjoying some of the refreshments on offer.
Lots of freebies were on offer including refreshments, a handy cotton shopping bag, lego key rings as well as the usual pens, pencils etc
Pam Brook, Chair of KBPC and Trish Mellor, Chair YT handing out some of the freebies