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Discrimination against mums!
I drove 20 miles to get to Bonnypack today, so that my little boy could spend his pocket money as he did last Saturday. I brought my newborn premature twins with me. I clipped both their car seats onto the frame of the pram and was about to go in when I was turned away for having a pram by a horrible man who made me cry. There was nowhere to conceal any goods I might have chosen to steal as I only had the frame with the seats clipped on. Needless to say, I won't be back (which is a shame as I've spent a fortune there over the years) and my friends wll be boycotting it too. This is discrimination and I am considering taking it further.
My wife and I would buy tons of things at Bonny Pack when we were students in Glasgow in the eighties.. We still have some of the stuff we bought --and it's thirty years ago!! I am so happy to learn it is still thriving. We have never been back to Scotland since we moved to India in 1988 , but should we return , we will surely visit once again.
I have been going to this cash n carry for over 15yrs. I used to go with my dad, now i go for the great bargains that you can get there they have a wide selection of goods to choose from practically everything you are looking for in the one place. Excellent.