There is a Low Cost Community Car Park Opposite our shop:
30p per half Hour, 50p per Hour.
Camera Number Plate Recognition is always recording.
There is a heavy fine for non-payment or late return.
Ensure you pay and enter your Car Reg Number correctly.
With a Broadband connection providing all our Telecom’s needs,
we now only have one Land-line Telephone………it is….
Before travelling, please take note of our times.
MONDAY to SATURDAY
10am to 5pm
SUNDAYS - CLOSED
Our Tel: 01239 614483
For family reasons we are currently Closed all day every Wednesday
NO MORE WEB DESIGN COMPANIES PLEASE.
WE KNOW THIS WEB SITE COULD BE IMPROVED, BUT WE ARE CAPABLE OF DOING SO OURSELVES IF NEEDS ARISE.
And the reason we decided to close all day every Wednesday……?
Well, events have a nasty way of reminding us all, that there are more important things in life to consider than making money.
That event came with a bang, in 2012
Mandy Ford. >>>
Our Daughter-in-Law Mandy died suddenly after a short illness aged just 50 on Sept 6th 2012.
Mandy, pictured left, was married to my Son and business partner Chris, and worked with us in the shop for some years.
Many customers still fondly recall Mandy, for she had a great smile and a very infectious laugh.
In the shop, nothing was too much for Mandy. She could always be seen dashing up and down our stairs helping customers, or carrying stock.
Mandy’s sudden passing made Chris, Margaret and myself realise that life really is VERYshort.
So in March 2013, after retailing 6 days a week for 34 years, and with Mike and Margaret both now in their 70’s, we made the decision to “ease back” and drop down to a 5 day week by closing all day every Wednesday.
We apologise for any inconvenience, but despite the loss of much needed revenue, it is a decision we are not about to change soon
As many customers know, Mandy’s was also the much loved Officer Commanding 1429 Cardigan and Aberporth Air Training Corp Squadron based in premises near MOD Aberporth at Parclyn where she spent many evenings and week-ends involved with her Cadets.
As you can imagine, she was REALLY missed there when she died.
To read about the interesting ATC life of “Flt Lt Mandy Ford” and her Cadets.