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T: 023 8086 4500
M: 075 4532 5209
E: dharrison100@aol.com

Councillor Davod Harrison

Nominate your Politeness Award

Thank you road marking
Thank you road marking

They say “politeness costs nothing” and I have been particularly impressed by the standard of politeness and friendliness shown by the staff of three organisations in Totton recently.

I have rarely encountered such good service when purchasing something in the Co-op, Salisbury Road. Similarly, the staff at Mcdonald’s in Commercial Road displayed a very high standard of customer care when I paid a visit for a quarter pounder with cheese meal.

Lastly, I can thoroughly recommend “The Chapel” in Hammonds Green, for a great welcome and the sort of friendly friendly service that makes you want to keep going back.

I am sure there are other examples of great customer service to be had in the local area. If you have had a great experience, share it on here please!

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