Kidsgrove Tropicals - Stoke on Trent/Staffordshire

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Iron wrote: Sun Jun 16, 2024 9:20 am Just setting up a new tank after moving to the area and to update:

Just Finns closed the fish section of the shop yesterday (15/06/2024)
A-Z is showing as permanently closed on google maps now.

Any other recommendations around Stoke/Macclesfield/Cheshire?
Thank you for the update, always a shame when these stores close. @Iron seeing that your a new member to the forums, why not introduce yourself in our Welcome thread. :]

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Hi Can't comment on Stoke but I have been to and can recommend Pier Aquatics in Wigan, amazing shop but too easy to over spend! Lots of rare tetra and L no plecs, also Premier Aquatics in Runcorn smaller independent place that does mostly community fish, often some nice Apisto's and Betta one or 2 oddballs, I got some nice loaches from there it's worth a visit, both places are active on FB, :happy:
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Iron wrote: Sun Jun 16, 2024 9:20 am A-Z is showing as permanently closed on google maps now.
Yes permanently closed (possibly closed 2 years now).
I found out the hard way when visiting the area for fish.
425L SeaBray Elite aquarium - Rio Mamoré (Bolivia) theme
4 x Cupid Cichlids, 11 x Cory caudimaculatus, 9 x Cory sterbai 77 x Reed Tetra, 4 x Honeycomb Bristlenose (L519)

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