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appointment & courses booking line 0161 478 3637
Taylor Organisation Ltd, "Foot Care by DT" ("FC BY DT") & The training hub, community foot clinic are trading styles of taylor organisation ltd
Company number 128 730 78 VAT 358 960 550. Reg with companies house England & Wales.
Registered head office & main store address:
4, VILLAGE square, Bramhall,
Stockport. SK7 1AW.
Bredbury classroom riverside Suite 7, fr, 5th Floor, Pear Mill,
Stockport Rd West, Bredbury, Stockport SK6 2BP.
T: 0161 478 3637.
bramhall DUTY STORE MANAGER - HELEN COX
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