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Jamie Conroy
Worked at Crown Packaging
Attended Burford secondary
Lives in Oxfordshire
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  • Burford secondary
    2004
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Visited this cinema for the first time in a long time a couple of weeks ago. We were in screen 5 and when we entered there was immediately the overwhelming stench of urine and sweat. After we had been sitting for a while it became apparent why this was; there was no air conditioning or anything at all, it was literally like a sauna and extremely uncomfortable. There's no excuse in my opinion, the amount of staff who go in an out during the day must had noticed unless they were all suffering a fever and sinus infection at the same time. I wouldn't recommend this cinema, there's much nicer ones around.
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Public - a month ago
reviewed a month ago
This place is really worth a visit, the place is filled with really interesting exhibits and amazing cars. It is free to enter because they obviously make their money from driving experiences and selling cars but don't be worried, there are plenty of things to do and watching the silver arrows display team is great. I decided to do something they call 'hot laps' where for £15 you can have a passenger ride either on the track or 4x4 circuit. I did the track hot lap and let me say it was worth the money! I was given a ride in an E63 AMG 5.5l turbo V8 and the driver does not hold back on the throttle. The food and drink inside was reasonably priced (surprisingly), I didn't have much but looking at the food others had ordered it looked really good. In all a great way to spend an afternoon, I suggest that you either plan an experience or look to do a hot lap to top it all off.
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Public - a year ago
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I did a CBT at RIA a couple of years ago, it was my third CBT in total (the previous two completed elsewhere) and I decided afterwards that this is where I wanted to learn and take my full test. It was a decision I'm glad I made. The quality of tuition from the instructors was fantastic and both Steve and Martin made it a very enjoyable week, the bikes and equipment are all new and well maintained. I passed my mod1 and mod2 with ease, mostly due to my choice of training centres. I can see from your other reviews that I'm not alone in my thoughts and will be happy to recommend you to anyone who is looking to complete rider training. Thanks again.
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago