A little advice

A little advice

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Rob197

Original Poster:

760 posts

107 months

Thursday 14th July 2016
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Hi, I've won a set of coilovers for my car. The problem is they have to be fitted at demon tweeks hq in Wrexham. Im from Norwich which is 4 and half hours away! Does anyone know if there is anything to do close to them, or is it just an industrial estate with nothing around. Thanks

Don262

19 posts

85 months

Thursday 14th July 2016
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Unfortunately there isn't much there, only businesses (about 300 I think). The estate is about 3.5 miles from Wrexham town center where there are cafes, pubs, shops etc. All the things you would expect in a large town.
Hope this helps.

Rob197

Original Poster:

760 posts

107 months

Monday 18th July 2016
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Ok ta, guess I'll try get a lift to town! What's Wales like? Haha

bazjude2998

592 posts

85 months

Tuesday 19th July 2016
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Hi,sounds like you've never been to our beautiful corner of the UK.Treat yourself to a couple of days of blissful countryside,scenery and best of all driving roads.Having travelled from Norwich would be criminal not to take advantage of what we have to offer.Head for Snowdon Natioal Park.Plenty of reasonably priced B&B or good hotels,from Wrexham head for Bettws-Y-Coed once there your in the heart of things.You won't be disappointed .Regards Baz

bazjude2998

592 posts

85 months

Tuesday 19th July 2016
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Hi,sounds like you've never been to our beautiful corner of the UK.Treat yourself to a couple of days of blissful countryside,scenery and best of all driving roads.Having travelled from Norwich would be criminal not to take advantage of what we have to offer.Head for Snowdon Natioal Park.Plenty of reasonably priced B&B or good hotels,from Wrexham head for Bettws-Y-Coed once there your in the heart of things.You won't be disappointed .Regards Baz

Rob197

Original Poster:

760 posts

107 months

Wednesday 20th July 2016
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Haha sounds good, Bettws-Y-Coed sounds familiar. Think I went there on a school trip many years ago