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Where to buy in the North West.

Discussion in 'Where to buy ...' started by Graeme Edwards, 26 Jun 2007.

  1. AndyMcD

    AndyMcD Member

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    Swell UK are website only, but you can collect from their warehouse in Hyde (see opening times on their website).
     
  2. Soilwork

    Soilwork Member

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    Pets at Home in Oldham,
    Unit 5 Elk Mill
    Retail Park,
    Broadway Royton,
    Oldham,
    OL2 5HX

    Not too bad. Had lots of luck with fish I have purchased from there to the point where I'm questioning whether or not it's luck or whether they are actually well kept! Last batch of cardinals had whitespot though.

    Good selection of tropical fish, snails and shrimp but cold water section is not great.

    Plant selection is progressively getting better with new species coming all the time. They are normally very healthy too. Spent a lot of money in there on plants and staff are very helpful.

    Again Maidenhead at Ashton is my other go to place. Staff friendly and very helpful. Good plant selection and can order in anything you like on their database.
     
  3. radar

    radar Newly Registered

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    Update on the Abyss. There is a new member of staff who knows his plants. As a result they now have a very impressive selection of potted plants (Aquadip and Tropica) and culture pots (Tropica).

    Took the 70 mile trip to a certain shop in Wrexham earlier this week; Abyss had the better selection of plants.
     
  4. MarkyP

    MarkyP Member

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    I'm off to The Abyss on sunday for a scout around to see if they have any plants I like the look of, I'll report back sunday evening
     

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