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Review by Robert Cairns on 11th May, 2006

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Myself and 5 friends travelled down to Stockport for an event and chose this establishment for refreshments but were left totally disappointed and angry at the treatment we received. All 6 of us intended to have a meal and several drinks before leaving for the event but we couldn't as we didn't have English money. We were subsequently asked to leave for this reason. When we asked where is advises members of the public this condition of sale we were merely shown a small sign behind the bar at the till - not obvious at all !!! In addition, it also says that Irish aswell as Scottish notes were not accepted, so does this mean the Euro too ?!?!? To be perfectly honest we found this treatment very discriminatory since we were technically using legal tender to pay our way. In all, we felt very unwelcome and severely hard done by to be treated this way and I would like to hope that it was not simply because we were Scottish ?!?!? The George threw away a prime opportunity to make a tidy sum of money from me & my friends on this occasion and in my opinion more the fools them !!

Date visited: 09/05/2006

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