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    admin
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    • Adventurer
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    March 22, 2016

    Hello,
    We wanted to let you know that the Services Offered & Holiday section of the classifieds is going to be removed tomorrow evening, 14th April.
    All services offered can now be listed under the Business Directory, you can still have a free listing there but we would like all businesses and services under the same roof. Please relist your business or service there if you have not already done so.
    If you have any problems creating your listing, do let us know and we will help.
    Thanks :good:

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    • Chief
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    March 29, 2016

    Hi @admin
    I did mention to Witchy poo about maybe having a location listed in first page that shows the list of businesses, just so we can see (roughly) where in Normandy they are

    brilliant website by the way, and getting better used by the day !

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    April 3, 2016

    I have ongoing projects in Depts 50,14 and 35.
    Most trades travel as nothing on the doorstep :wacko:

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    @tandb
    understood, so in any potential advert (or a location field) you would put the areas you are prepared to cover, it was just a thought as we have friends who tried to get work done from artisans on “The other site” , who took ages to reply, and then simply said that it was “outside the areas they covered”

    finding a brickie in Caen is not a lot of use to us near the Brittany border.

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