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Bus company wants people to let the cat out of the bag


WARRINGTON’S bus company wants local people to let the cat out of the bag – by sharing stories and pictures of their feline friends.
Network Warrington wants to celebrate the launch of their new south Warrington service, the Cheshire Cat, which starts in the spring.
So they want to near people’s stories and see pictures.
The Cheshire Cat fleet of 13 new buses will be named after the most memorable cats.
Manager director Ben Wakerley said: “We’d love to hear from the cat-people of Warrington about their pets and what they have been getting up to.
“I have two cats myself, Minky and Flint. Judging by how mischievous they can be, I can’t wait to hear about Warrington’s other funny cat stories.
“I’m also excited at the prospect of our new bus fleet being named in honour of the best cats in town. Send us your pictures so we can feature them inside the buses too!”
Residents are encouraged to share their pictures and stories on Twitter @WarringtonBuses, on the company’s new Facebook page or via email to Network Warrington’s feline aficionado Gina Johnson at g.johnson@networkwarrington.co.uk
The full improvements and changes to the south network will be announced next month, with a public roadshow on Wednesday February 28 at Sandy Lane community centre at Stockton Heath, 6pm-8pm.
The roadshow will give residents the chance to comment on the Cheshire Cat changes before they are officially confirmed.
For more information about the Cheshire Cat, call 01925 634296 or visit networkwarrington.co.uk


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  1. Nice to see south warrington get treated better than north warrington once again! Clearly a north south divide here! Network Warrington should be ashamed and treat all Warrington residents the same!!!!!

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