Have TESS, will travel

10th August 2007 at 01:00
Ever since the advent of Google's search facility, looking up yourself - if you'll pardon the expression - has become a popular leisure time activity, and we at The TESS have occasionally succumbed. Fortunately, we find our own website still at the top of the rankings. But in second place was the alternative TESS website, that of the socially inclusive body "Transport for Everyone in South Shropshire".

Fascinatingly enough, the site summary explains, it offers an "information point to promote existing and new transport services in South Shropshire. Includes the 49 Link and other bus services".

And no, we didn't explore it any further, tempted though we were...

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