Closure of Hobby Stores, Beeston.

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Closure of Hobby Stores, Beeston.

Postby WOT4 » Wed Mar 26, 2014 8:46 pm

Hobby Stores at Beeston closed at 10:00hrs on Monday 24th March along with two other stores. I suppose this means that Gliders is the only well stocked shop in the area, as Gee Dees is poor by comparison with what it once was.
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Re: Closure of Hobby Stores, Beeston.

Postby Mark1 » Wed Mar 26, 2014 10:34 pm

You're right about GeeDees, went in there a week ago and it felt like too much trouble for the two guys in the RC section to take my money. Gliders on the other hand I find first class, nothing is too much trouble and no question too stupid for a sensible answer.
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Re: Closure of Hobby Stores, Beeston.

Postby WOT4 » Thu Mar 27, 2014 9:39 pm

I shopped regularly at Gee Dees until I ceased working in Nottingham in 1990 and it was a great place then, and Andy was always helpful, and the shelves plenty full. They didn't wear the move upstairs very well with much reduced space etc.
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Re: Closure of Hobby Stores, Beeston.

Postby sirrussr22 » Sun Mar 30, 2014 12:25 pm

I thought all the tory voters were clapping their hands with glee as they seem to think (or incapable of thinking) Cameron :roll: :o says that the recession is over and GB is on the up??? why are shops closing down ehhh!!!
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Re: Closure of Hobby Stores, Beeston.

Postby Big Dave » Thu Apr 03, 2014 11:10 am

Ha Ha, I think its called the internet!
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