Harris: “We believe, long term, UGO has a good future”

Graham Soult

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5 Responses

  1. Graham Soult says:

    Have you contacted UGO head office directly, Alan?

  2. Alan Armstrong says:

    I was in the Bury UGO store yesterday evening with my family. The cleaners had washed the floor and not used wet floor or cleaning in progress signage, my 8yr old son slipped and hurt himslef to the point of tears, the store had no first aider and struggled to find an accident book. The worst thing of all was the lack of interest in my son’s injury. I await a reply from UGO before i take the matter further.

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