Co-operative Travel still available in Macclesfield

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Anyone who's walked down Mill Street in Macclesfield lately will have noticed the Co-operative-branded Thomas Cook shop has closed. Fact is though, it's not really been part of the Co-op for the last five years.

But it is still possible to book your holiday or short break with a real Co-op in Macclesfield — and earn membership points too!

That's because Richard Slater (one of our Henbury Parish Councillors), is also a Midcounties Co-operative Travel Personal Travel Agent. This year he celebrates 30 years as an independent travel agent working with local jet-setters as well as national clients.

Richard can find your ideal holiday from a wide range of companies, whatever your preference and price range.

To book a holiday with Richard, why not call him for a chat? Alternatively he's happy to meet you at your home or for a coffee at a time to suit you, including evenings and weekends.

ALL Holidays protected by ABTA, and FULL CAA "ATOL" protection.

richard.slater@thepersonaltravelagents.co.uk

LANDLINE 0800 567 7470

MOBILE 0750 430 3088

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