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KENILWORTH GUEST HOUSE Windermere, Lake District
Owned and run by Andy and Tracey Bebbington.
This guesthouse is immaculate and exceptionally well run with those extra little touches that are rare.
This is highly recommended!
Call for availability and prices on: 01539 444004 OR 07738689534
AXA Holiday Insurance Update 22 September 2021.
Further to our previous communication with regards to the withdrawal of the NARPO annual travel insurance policy and the suspension of new policy sales from 31st October 2021, we can confirm that following discussions with our intermediary Towergate Health & Protection and AXA Health, that an extension to the sale of new travel insurance policies has been agreed.
The option to purchase a new annual travel insurance policy is available to NARPO member who are new to AXA Health* has been extended to 31st March 2022. For details and quotations please contact Towergate Health & Protection on 0800 389 7724 or email email@example.com
Please note that all new policies for new customers purchased before 31st March 2022 will be available for 1 year only, renewal will not be invited at the end of the policy year.
Please note that customers with existing AXA Health Travel policies renewing from 1st May 2021 have been or will be separately communicated to by AXA Health at their renewal. The renewal letter will confirm the final date cover will be available under an AXA Health policy.
*Members with an existing AXA Health travel insurance policy who choose to cancel their policy will not then be able to purchase a new policy before the scheme closes to new customers on 31st March
P.C. JIM JONES.
P.C. Jim Jones was the tallest Police Constable in the Wolverhampton Police Force between the wars.
I met his family about 15years ago in Geoffrey Banghams Piano Bar at the rear of The Connaught Hotel Tettenhall Road.
They had traveled there to see Geoffrey as part of a family history search regarding Jim's time as a Constable in town.
I now have few pictures of Jim who featured in many scenes of Wolverhampton.
The first places Jim on traffic duty in Queen Square, the other one I believe is part of a road safety project taken outside the old Tram/Bus Depot in Cleveland Street.