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Richard Slater

Local resident Richard Slater is just about to mark 6 years running his own business "The
Personal Travel Agents", and 30 years in the travel industry.

Richard started his career when he got the travel bug on his first overseas holiday on the P & O Canberra cruise ship. On returning he enrolled on a 2-year Travel & Tourism course at Macclesfield College, followed by a career in independent travel agencies.

To celebrate this anniversary, Richard is offering Henbury Online readers an extra 5% off a wide range of holidays, tours & cruises, when you mention this website and book before 25 January 2017.

All holidays are ABTA & CAA ATOL protected.

You can contact Richard on 0800 567 7470.

Alternatively see his website here

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