Inverurie (Scotland) Reviews
Newest Review: ... built premises outside the town centre freeing up more valuable centrally located space for local business's to thrive. Recent developments also include the construction of new retail units in the 'Edwards' building (formerly the Gordon Arms) and the conversion of the old tesco store at burn lane into individual shopping units. For grocery and household shopping needs the town is served by a large tesco store, a safeway (being converted to a morrisons) and a reasonable sized somerfield aswell as two small coop's and a mace. The town has excellent sports facilities including an 18hole golf club to be found at the end of burghmuir drive be... more
Customer Inverurie (Scotland) Reviews (1)
by - written on 07/05/05, updated on 09/05/05 (Very useful, 3100 readings)
Inverurie is a town of around twelve thousand people situated 16miles from the nearest city of Aberdeen in the North East of Scotland. The town is served well by regular bus links (every twenty mins atpeak times) to aberdeen through the 307 service and the train station situated close to the centre of the town which provides links to Inverness Aberdeen and beyond. There are also a variety of other bus services linking surrounding towns but i am not too familiar with these as i have not used them often. Taxis are readily available from outside the townhall and are provided by an array of company's including garioch taxi's (625454) and always taxis ... Read the complete review
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