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Sarah Alder
Works at Cranmore Digital Consulting
Attended University of Sussex
Lives in Elsenham, United Kingdom
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C&D Cleaning have been cleaning for my elderly mum for about 4 years now.  They do a great job, the cleaners work hard and if arrangements need to be changed they are very flexible.  The same lady comes every week and if she is on holiday or sick someone phones my mum and tells her who is coming instead so she never gets a nasty surprise when she opens the door or has to worry if she should let someone in. Good price too. 
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Looking forward to working with two groups of TMF delegates over the next 6-8 weeks. Looking at digital marketing from two aspects. One group looking at planning and the other looking at integrating digital media and branding. Going to be hard work but fun.
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Hard working, keen reading lovely person living near Stansted Airport with noisy family.
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  • University of Sussex
    Linguistics, 18981 - 1984
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Very pretty location, extensive menu but we only had coffees, which were fine. Plenty of car parking (midweek, not school (holidays).
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
We stayed here for our weekend away with friends, three couples, to visit the Mary Rose museum. We picked it because it looked a bit funky, a bit more interesting than the Holiday Inn or the Best Western but comparable in price. We enjoyed our stay. The rooms were funky and having had a nose at some of the ones being cleaned when we left Glad to be Here would be our choice next time. The decor of the rooms is the most striking aspect of the hotel but they are also clean and comfortable. The little touches (cupcakes in the room, cookies and sorbet in the lounge and the goody bag when you leave) are also memorable. The breakfasts are excellent quality food - the sausages got a special mention at our breakfast table - and a good range. They even found me decaf tea. The staff were helpful and very friendly. One thing we didn't like was the mattress, which seemed quite flimsy, but our friends said theirs were fine. Recommended.
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Great burgers and hot dogs and wonderful milkshakes. Very friendly hard-working team provide great service. The decor and the diner itself are fab. Definitely worth a visit. Very close to The Eden Project if you are visiting there.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Had a great dinner here. I had warm beet salad with goats cheese and pickled walnuts (my first experience of the latter, very tasty), which was full of flavour. My companions had steak which they said was wonderful, very chunky looking chips (server in fruit cocktail dishes it seemed to me, but hey, perhaps that's the funky thing to do these days). I had the banoffee cheesecake dessert (cos it was the Banana Store) which was delicious and the lads had a raspberry, meringuey thing that they said was very nice (but my cheesecake was bigger so they had size-envy issues to deal with). The ambience (imagine that said in a Mickey Flanagan accent) was great. The restaurant was probably only a third full, but the bar area was busy, but we could har the background music in the background and still hear ourselves talk. Service was excellent, the waitress made my sad middle-aged male friends feel special without making a fool of herself and we were well looked after. If there was a low moment, and it wasn't very low, my coffee was a bit bitter, but I feel I am only mentioning that for balance. So is it worth mentioning? We will be back, see you there maybe?
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Food: ExcellentDecor: ExcellentService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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Wonderful day out, dinosaur trail is well worth a visit.
Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
This is a great place for workshops, training sessions or teaching. Well equipped, very well run and a very fresh, fun feel to it. I have been in heaps of these kinds of workshop spaces and this one is head and shoulders above the rest.
Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
A great coffee shop, nice and central, good service, standard Costa fare. Has a clean toilet. And best of all the music is in the background so you can have a conversation, make a phonecall or just generally keep your sanity.
Public - 2 years ago
reviewed 2 years ago