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On 11 Sep 2018 at 8:16am Git wrote:
Is their any point to this shop? When itís 100 outside the drinks are warm and when itís -2 their freezing! You canít move for piles of stock all over the place and the staff are the most miserable I have encountered since the crown was open! I understand they probably hate their job but d9nt take it out on the punters surely.
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 9:43am Another B and B lady wrote:
?the staff are always lovely! Itís pretty crowded in there but always very busy. If the population need to consume so much chocolate and sweets, the Shops will stock lots of it to serve them ...... canít quite understand your problem.
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 10:20am roger wrote:
Disagree - warm friendly good humoured staff. Saw the older bloke be really polite and nice to three young school boys the other day. That's they way to encourage good behaviour.
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 10:38am Happy Shopper wrote:
Rubbish, I guess you get what you give.....I go in every day and the proprietor is one of the happiest shopkeepers in Lewes!. The guy with the bleached hair seems happier than when he was in Bunces, but doesn't quite have the same people skills that the older man has, none the less he is always polite. People will miss it when its gone.....
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 10:47am Cynic wrote:
Another good local business smeared
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 11:09am Clifford wrote:
It's a lovely place. Very old fashioned, and that's no bad thing.
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 12:41pm Hyena wrote:
@Git, donít go there then , itís not far to WH Smith.
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 2:02pm smartin wrote:
fred the fish does a good job in there with little space he has and as for the git you aint a punter your a moaner jog on to tesco your appreciate yer drink when you get there
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On 11 Sep 2018 at 2:44pm witness wrote:
i suppose git was the very rude man that was in front of me in martins today how the poor lad that was serving didnt lose his rag is beyond me must be a sad life going around being rude to people then rushing back to your pc to complain about them
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On 12 Sep 2018 at 5:59am Sharon wrote:
I would suggestyoustep into his shoes for a few days and see What He has to deal with then see id you're quite so happy and jolly. Dealing with rude and people out to complain the whole time is demoralizing to say the least. It's a very small shop that has a lot of customers through the doors. He actually works long hours with little reward and would love to see how jolly you'd be in the same situation. Put your complaining to good use and help him get new cooler cabinets as he can only work with What the company supplies him.with. Equally you could go to Tesco and then complain about the extra walk.
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On 12 Sep 2018 at 8:19am Wilf wrote:
Iím afraid Sharon if you decide to work in a customer environment you will get complaints, itís part of the job. As for the equipment provided, I would imagine 90% of shops around the town donít have the equipment they would like, you have to deal with what you have, itís all to do with cut backs, everyone has to deal with it. Hopefully he can be more up beat in the future, or find a job maybe that doesnít have to deal with customer service.
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On 12 Sep 2018 at 10:56am Hmm. wrote:
I'd hate to work as many hours as that boy does and the reward be some
old codgers complaining anonymously on a forum. Every time hes served me he's been polite enough, sure he's not beaming with positivity like the older bloke working there but not everybody can be like that. People are only human afterall.
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On 12 Sep 2018 at 11:14am Sharon wrote:
Maybe more people should try smiling when they go in shops etc it is after all contagious. He works long hours sometimes from 5am til 6pm for days on end. How many of us would be jolly all day
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On 12 Sep 2018 at 2:10pm Happy Shopper wrote:
I had very nice people serving me in the Post Office this morning. The dour and grumpy things that used to be there seem to have have gone and been replaced with very nice people who have had proper customer training. The 'manageress' is kinda hot too, which helps.
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On 12 Sep 2018 at 7:00pm Pipe down git wrote:
I go in there every morning before work the blonde haired lad says good
Morning and asks me how I am every morning with out fail . Always polite and also apologied every day for the fridge being broken in the heat wave and had started putting the bottle of water I drink into smaller fridge every day that worked and telling there were some in there if I wanted them . Everyone that works there is friendly. Your opinion of ď one bad day ď shouldnít be enough to come on here and try and bad mouth them . Maybe you are the one thatís not friendly or approachable rather than them
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On 13 Sep 2018 at 7:34am Sugar or mags wrote:
Itís pretty useless unless you need a newspaper, or youíre trying for diabetic of the year. Contrast with the excellent St Pancras stores for example. Martins could be a superb little grocers but its selection is dire. Clearly the owners live on ginsters pasties and energy drinks and are puzzled by the thought of anything more useful than milk and bog roll. Staff are lovely mind.
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On 15 Sep 2018 at 1:42pm Rosie stonehouse wrote:
I suggest the one calling himself git should go in and say to my brothers face exactly what you think instead of hiding behind the screen. You may think it's an easy job but he does long days and with customers like you doesn't help at all !
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On 17 Sep 2018 at 8:55am Sharon wrote:
My son is not a loser as you say. He has a job pays his own way and is a polite and law abiding citizen. I imagine you are clearly so full of your own importance no one else would ever be up to your level in humanity. Sadly the reality is you're just a nasty vindictive person with nothing better to do. Get a life and leave peoples lives alone


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