Toilet issues for the Yorkshire leg of the Tour de France
The Yorkshire section of the Tour de France is five months away but already there are concerns about the facilities for spectators. More than a hundred thousand people are expected to turn out for one leg of the event in the Holme Valley, which is six miles to the south of Huddersfield. But there could be a problem because there is only one public loo in the area. Our reporter Nick Garnett has been speaking to people in the area.