• Charnock Richard

    From James Heaton@21:1/5 to All on Wed Dec 2 21:10:59 2020
    We stayed in the hotel Ray referenced on the way back from a Scottish trip once.

    Booked a premium room. Wouldn't have fancied one of the basic ones...

    30 degrees outside, and the heating wouldn't turn off!

    Bar/restaurant was good... and had aircon.

    James

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  • From kat@21:1/5 to James Heaton on Wed Dec 2 23:28:09 2020
    On 02/12/2020 21:10, James Heaton wrote:
    We stayed in the hotel Ray referenced on the way back from a Scottish trip once.

    Booked a premium room.  Wouldn't have fancied one of the basic ones...

    30 degrees outside, and the heating wouldn't turn off!

    Bar/restaurant was good... and had aircon.

    James

    I missed the reference - or having never heard of the place I guess it went over
    my head - but I find hotel rooms often too hot and that sounds horrendous!

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    kat
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  • From MartinS@21:1/5 to kat on Thu Dec 3 01:33:58 2020
    kat <littlelionne@hotmail.com> wrote:
    On 02/12/2020 21:10, James Heaton wrote:
    We stayed in the hotel Ray referenced on the way back from a Scottish
    trip once.

    Booked a premium room.  Wouldn't have fancied one of the basic
    ones...

    30 degrees outside, and the heating wouldn't turn off!

    Bar/restaurant was good... and had aircon.

    I missed the reference - or having never heard of the place I guess it
    went over my head - but I find hotel rooms often too hot and that
    sounds horrendous!

    Charnock Richard is a small village and civil parish in the borough of
    Chorley, Lancashire.

    It's also the location of a well-known service centre on the M6.

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  • From kat@21:1/5 to MartinS on Thu Dec 3 10:38:12 2020
    On 03/12/2020 06:33, MartinS wrote:
    kat <littlelionne@hotmail.com> wrote:
    On 02/12/2020 21:10, James Heaton wrote:
    We stayed in the hotel Ray referenced on the way back from a Scottish
    trip once.

    Booked a premium room.  Wouldn't have fancied one of the basic
    ones...

    30 degrees outside, and the heating wouldn't turn off!

    Bar/restaurant was good... and had aircon.

    I missed the reference - or having never heard of the place I guess it
    went over my head - but I find hotel rooms often too hot and that
    sounds horrendous!

    Charnock Richard is a small village and civil parish in the borough of Chorley, Lancashire.

    It's also the location of a well-known service centre on the M6.


    Not an area of the country I visit much. I suppose if I was visiting a cousin in Lytham I would use that road, but the last time I did we were staying over Harrogate way. Love the name though!

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    kat
    >^..^<

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  • From James Heaton@21:1/5 to MartinS on Thu Dec 3 11:29:10 2020
    "MartinS" <me@my.place.invalid> wrote in message news:pF%xH.157314$bG69.155646@usenetxs.com...
    kat <littlelionne@hotmail.com> wrote:
    On 02/12/2020 21:10, James Heaton wrote:
    We stayed in the hotel Ray referenced on the way back from a Scottish
    trip once.

    Booked a premium room. Wouldn't have fancied one of the basic
    ones...

    30 degrees outside, and the heating wouldn't turn off!

    Bar/restaurant was good... and had aircon.

    I missed the reference - or having never heard of the place I guess it
    went over my head - but I find hotel rooms often too hot and that
    sounds horrendous!

    Charnock Richard is a small village and civil parish in the borough of Chorley, Lancashire.

    It's also the location of a well-known service centre on the M6.

    Ray referenced it as somewhere he had enjoyed a stop over with Debbie.

    James

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