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    • soba
    • By soba 7th Dec 06, 4:57 PM
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    Need address for WH Smith head office
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    Need address for WH Smith head office 7th Dec 06 at 4:57 PM
    I need to write a good old-fashioned letter of complaint to WH Smith (see vent board if you're interested) but can't find an address for them.

    Anybody got it?

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    • docij
    • By docij 7th Dec 06, 6:39 PM
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    • 7th Dec 06, 6:39 PM
    You could try either of these

    WH Smith PLC
    180 Wardour Street
    London W1F 8FY
    Telephone - 0207 494 1800
    Facsimile - 0207 851 8847

    WH Smith
    Greenbridge Road
    Swindon SN3 3LD
    Telephone (Switchboard) - 01793 616161
    Telephone (Customer Service) - 0870 444 6 444
    Facsimile - 01793 562560
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