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Alford, Lincolnshire

Review of Alford by MR DIXON on August 28th, 2011
ALFORD IS A SUPER PLACE BOTH TO VISIT AND LIVE SO LONG AS YOU DO NOT USE IAN'S TAXI'S THEY LET AN 89 YEAR OLD LADY DOWN BY NOT PICKING HER BACK UP AFTER THEY HAD TAKEN HER TO VISIT HER SON FROM THE ALFORD SANDPIPER NURSING HOME THEY SAID THEY WOULD PICK HER BACK UP AT 4PM SUNDAY THE 28/8/2011 BUT THEY FAILED TO TURN UP SHE MISSED HER TEA AT THE HOME IT WAS READY FOR 5PM SHE GOT BACK LATE AS HER SON HAD TO TAKE HER BACK AT 5.30PM THE HOME HAS BEEN TOLD NOT TO USE THIS TAXI SERVICE AGAIN FOR THE OLD LADY THE HOME HAS USED THIS FRIM FOR MONTHS TO TAKE THE SAME PERSON ON WEDNESDAYS TO HER SONS BUT HIS TIME THEY NEVER CAME BACK FOR HER THE COUNCIL AT SKEGNESS WILL BE TOLD ,,,AS IS WHERE HE GETS HIS LICENCE TO TAXI

Review of Alford by Mrs Linda Coleman on June 24th, 2007
Visited Claythorpe Watermill and Wild fowl Gardens on Friday while on holiday in Lincolnshire. We were very disappointed and distressed at the condition of one of the owls and the red squirrel. The owl had no plummage around its neck and was pecking at the wing that was matted and dirty. There was dirty water in the cages, ( we got there at 14:30 and I doubt very much if the water was new that day. The red squirrel was pacing up and down very rapidly turning and turning again, backwards and forwards. The pond where we were supposed to be able to feed the fish was as green and murky as I have ever seen-impossible to see any fish at all. The seals had very little water to play in and looked lethargic. There was no one to be seen to talk to. We left immediately. Please can someone check this place out as we are very concerned for the welfare of the animals. Many thanks Linda Coleman

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