To celebrate the easing of lockdown restrictions and the coming summer sunshine, we are offering 3 lucky winners the opportunity to win their taxi fare back in cash!
To be entered into our prize draw, simply reply to our “Competition: Dog Friendly Service” Facebook post with a picture of your dog in one of our taxis. We will DM you on Facebook to confirm the journey and to enter you into the draw.
Journeys may take place up until midnight on August 31, 2021. Entries are restricted to 1 entry per Facebook profile.
Winners will be selected by a random number generator, and will be contacted via Facebook at the beginning of September.
To celebrate reaching 100 followers on our Facebook page, and as a thank you to all our loyal customers, we are running a competition for one lucky winner to receive £50 worth of free taxi rides.
To enter, all you need to do is comment on our competition post on our Facebook page, with your answer to the following question:
How many generations of the Cramp family have been involved in the running of A1 Taxi Service since its inception in 1968?
The answer to this question can be found on our website.
The competition will run until midnight on Saturday, August 1, 2020.
For all correct entries, names will be entered into a draw to take place on Monday, August 3 and the winner will be announced on our Facebook page at midday on Tuesday, August 4.
Don’t forget to follow and like our Facebook page to find out who the winner is, and to keep up to date with the latest news and competitions.
These are unprecedented times for us all. We are at the centre of our local community and know that our services help many to get around, particularly the key workers upon whom we all rely so much.
Our latest outing saw a visit to Revolucion de Cuba, a Cuban tapas restaurant and cocktail bar in Reading. Located on Friar Street, near the center of town, this restaurant benefits from having a number of car parks in close proximity, providing ample parking. The downside being, driving to and into Reading is never that much fun!
- Restaurant: Bull Rodizio (Brazilian Steak House)
- Address: 64, London Road, Hemel Hempstead, HP3 9SD
The second of our culinary excursions saw a visit to Bull Rodizio, a Brazilian steakhouse in Hemel Hempstead. Situated on the corner of London Road and Durrants Hill Road, Bull Rodizio combines a bar to the left of the entrance and the steakhouse to the right, with convenient parking next door. We visited on a Monday evening, which unfortunately, was very quiet, as this feels like a restaurant that needs to be busy to generate a good atmosphere. On the plus side, it did mean that service was very quick and the side bar, with both cold and hot offerings, was well stocked and easily accessible.
- Restaurant: Lomito (Argentine Steak House)
- Address: 55, Packhorse Road, Gerrards Cross, SL9 8PE
Our first impression was a well presented dining area, nicely decorated with plenty of space between tables. After being greeted, we had a drink at the bar before being shown to our table. Despite the restaurant being fairly busy, we were quickly attended to, offered more drinks and provided with menus. Within minutes, our drinks arrived, we were shown the steak selection and our orders were taken.
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