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so that one Indian, two restaurants within 100 yards, another take away, yet another fish and chip shop, the a Kebab takeaway, then a tea room, and Saffron round the corner and of course the bread shop, wonderful, then we have a   the Dentist who  will be able to fill the cavity, and the chemists for indigestion!!

Crikey Dorian are you ever happy?? You really are a miserable sod.
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And the public conveniences in the High Street car park - now run by Westbury Town Council!  :-\ 
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so that one Indian, two restaurants within 100 yards, another take away, yet another fish and chip shop, the a Kebab takeaway, then a tea room, and Saffron round the corner and of course the bread shop, wonderful, then we have a   the Dentist who  will be able to fill the cavity, and the chemists for indigestion!!
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Anything that draws people into the centre has to be a good thing.
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It's just as well nobody in Westbury cooks!


I expect it will be really popular not least because it will the only proper fish n chip shop restaurant in Westbury.  I'm expecting to be told by my elderly Mum that she wants to visit as soon as she knows it is open.


It may actually have a good effect on the High Street during lunch times ...
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Some good reviews on Trip Advisor and Google, the odd bad review but in general the majority are positive.
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It's just as well nobody in Westbury cooks!
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Agreed, but they reference the page and encourage visitors to have a look at it.
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Their website needs some work, some of the links go to page 404. Their community page, which there is no link to (you can only get there via the site map) seems to be still under construction https://www.harlees.co.uk/harlees-in-the-community/


Well, when a site is under construction, its normal to not put up a link to a page until its ready.
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Are you sure it was a former HSBC / Midland / Santander bank? Pretty sure we've never had a Santander bank, and I think the Midlan was the opposite side next to the butchers.

Yes, I am sure.  I remember all the fascia / name panels and I actually banked with Midland there until I transferred to First Direct (now part of HSBC) in the 80s.

Abbey National was also there before Santander took it over and traded as Santander with its bright red colours on the fascia panel.

The bank opposite and next to the current butcher (originally Chantry TV - a company that my brother eventually half-owned prior to shutting every branch down to focus on Chantry Digital, its sister company that supplies and installs TV and video / satellite / broadband kit all over the UK to pubs / hotels etc) was NatWest, who actually still have the long head-lease and still pay rent.
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