Jason Dunlop's Qype reviews
2-4 MILLTOWN ROAD, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland BT53 6LE
Jason Dunlop wrote on 18 July 2012Very handy shop with brilliant facilities, such as several car washing options, vacuuming services & paypoints, cash machine etc etc. It loses a star for the one member of staff however who is dull as dishwater and completely void of the words Hello & Thank you! Get rid of this woman and ill return and give the shop 5 stars.
43 Main Street, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland BT53 6AN
Jason Dunlop wrote on 24 June 2012 (updated on 18 January 2013)I used to love this shop when i was a kid, it was one of only two toy shops in Ballymoney. However things change and as an adult i find Cassells to be a place i would not visit. Its really quite unfriendly, in fact i found the staff a tad cold! And the cold nature of the staff compliment the fridge like coldness of the shop perfectly! Perhaps the heating has been switched on now but i remember it as a place where you would need a coat and hat to shop in it! I honestly believe businesses that are run like this are bad for the town & give a horrible impression to visitors. A smile & a friendly hello are not a lot to ask!
Unit 1b, Milltown Service Station, Milltown Road, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland BT53 6LE
Unit 1 Almat House, Rodeing Foot, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland BT53
Castle Street, Ballymoney, Northern Ireland BT43 6DF
Jason Dunlop wrote on 12 April 2011
Its a fitting tribute to a great ballymoney man. Its also nice to see the adjacent monument to Joeys brother, fellow motor cycling legend Robert Dunlop. We can be proud of these sporting brothers & the positives they brought to the town of Ballymoney. God Bless