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    Basildon Driveways & Patios

    Pam, Kingswood C said about: Basildon Driveways & Patios

    5 Stars

    I am very happy with my driveway. They were very courteous and helpful and always left the driveway tidy at the end of the day while the work work continuing.

    Added September 2014

    Basildon Driveways & Patios

    Margaret & John R said about: Basildon Driveways & Patios

    5 Stars

    A big thank you to Tom and Jack (Basildon Driveways) for an excellent job of our patio extension. They were always prompt and reliable and everything was left clean and tidy....

    Added June 2014

    Basildon Market

    Zoe B said about: Basildon Market

    5 Stars

    JUST FOR KIDS: I love the shop, it has really modern clothes in there what you can't get anywhere else, and the lady that works there is really friendly and helpful.

    Added May 2014

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