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"Thanks for a really good time on the slopes and the catering could not be better, Clare you're a star!

Chris Stanhope, Sheffield, April 2011

 

"Thank you so much again for a FANTASTIC holiday..."

 Carol Davis, Febraury 2011

 

"Great instructor (Steve), and I really feel like I made good progress this year. ...fingers crossed I will be in Val d'Isere next year too"

Kate, London, April 2010

 

"Just wanted to write and say how pleased I was with the instruction I received last week. ...Steve did a fantastic job and I learnt a lot. ...heaps and bounds ahead of the competition. I can't praise them enough"

Chris, Hertfordhsire, March 2010

 

"Please pass on my thanks to Clare who was very helpful in the organisation of my 'on-off' booking."

Mark, Tamworth, March 2010

 

"Thank you so much for all your patience with the children. We have booked the same week next year (to Val d'Isere)."

Emma, London, December 2009

 

"Thanks for all your help and encouragement!"

Deb, North London, October 2009

 

"...we are so grateful for those early lessons from you both (at Hemel Hempstead Snow Centre), instead of learning how to put boots on, we were all up the Aiguille Rouge having a blast on the first day."

Richard, Bucks, July 2009