George's Private Hire, Safe and Reliable Transport Solutions, Local Taxi Services, Airport Transfers, Long Distance Trips - Hotels and Train Stations. Telephone 07946 003224.
Dawn Handy (Wet Nose Waggy Tail) is offering her award winning pet care in Crick. Click "Wet Nose Waggy Tail" for more information.
Lorraine (Sharain Crafts) teaches crafts to children and adults, mainly hand sewing. She is based in Willoughby and will travel to Crick if anyone is interested. Click "Sharain Crafts" for more information.
Angela Wilson has "Time to Indulge"
Jim Best provides computer support - Crick BITS
Matthew at "The Biscuiterie" make gift boxes of french macarons and decorated biscuits.
Jane and Charles Porter have recently opened a "Bed and Breakfast" nearby, in West Haddon.
Marise Lafuente is offering Art and Spanish courses and private tuition nearby in West Haddon.
- Telephone 01788 510572 or 07435 967051.
Need a Chimney Sweep? Visit our site at www.elichimneyservices.co.uk. Guild of Master Sweeps certified sweep, covering the Crick area
Paul Cross (Swift Energy Consultants Ltd) provides a range of Fuels including LPG Cylinders,Wood Briquettes,Peat Fuel,Heating Oil(Kerosene) and RED Diesel at Crick Lodge Farm.
- Telephone 07875 905023
The Brindleys recently took over "The Wheatsheaf" in Crick. Click on this link to see more.
Need cleaning services or looking for a cleaning job? Visit our site at Cleaney
Martin Dennison has recently moved to Lilbourne and is a private music teacher offering lessons in the guitar bass drums and keyboard.
He can travel to peoples homes to teach them, if required.
- Telephone 07845 961345
Last Business Solutions (based in Lilbourne)
Self Assessment, VAT, PAYE, CIS, Accounts, Business Plans, Employment Queries , Advice.
Telephone: 01788 860841 or 07796267819
From April 2013 onwards we will start making a small charge for this advertising service of £10 per annum, the proceeds of which will go towards church funds. But we will waive the first year's fee, to give you time to assess the benefit of advertising your services in this way. After the first year you can better decide whether or not to continue with your advertisement.
For other local businesses, why not try, the Local Business Directory at www.RugbyTown.co.uk
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Nigel Howard, editor