Big smiles for Griff Rhys-Jones and Nick Manager at Rohan Woodbridge in the Rohan Shop 43 The Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1AH. Christmas Shopping is underway in Woodbridge. Wonder what’s in that bag!
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My name is Nick Hughes, I’m manager at Rohan Woodbridge and have worked there since the shop opened in April 2012. Prior to that I’d spent 30 years working overseas in international development and emergency situations.
My name is Nick Hughes, I’m shop supervisor at Rohan Woodbridge. Prior to that I’d spent 30 years working overseas in international development and emergency situations. I’ve worn Rohan for 25 of the 30 years I was overseas
Can you join Diane Leigh this week? A very busy week the Little British Things Tour stops at Rohan Beverley, Norwich and Woodbridge. During the day Diane will share her stories of the tour so far. All invited
Rohan Woodbridge hosts Little British Things Tour. Diane Leigh will be in Rohan Woodbridge on11th July. We have a raffle for RNLI and Diane will be taking about the tour so far and the people she has met on the tour.
Welcome to Rohan Woodbridge from Karen, Nick (Manager) and the team. Rohan Woodbridge 43 The Thoroughfare, Woodbridge, Suffolk IP12 1AH. Shop Telephone Number: 01394 610840 Shop Opening Hours: Monday 09:00-17:00 Tuesday 09:00-17:00 Wednesday 09:00-17:00 Thursday 09:00-17:00 Friday 09:00-17:00 Saturday 09:00-17:00 Sunday Closed Rohan Woodbridge. Set on the Thoroughfare of historic Woodbridge Town, Rohan […]
This morning the BBC said it was -1 outside at 0600 so I fished my Spark Top out of the washing basket and took the opportunity to try it out in colder conditions than previously possible. As I left the house I was still warm from the indoors
The Rohan Woodbridge evening attracted friends both old and new Chris our design man talked about the latest product developments and Roger our MD found a new friend RohantheBT. Many thanks to all who attended a great day. Rohan Woodbridge – Thursday 30th August
The free coat is for you NOT the dog….. It’s fantastic that towns become famous for something, Leicester is famous for crisps, Blackpool is famous for the tower, Axminster is famous for carpets and now, (for a few weeks anyway) Woodbridge is famous for