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Where did The Scottish Bakery Go?

Old Mar 6th 2023, 6:58 am
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Does anyone know if The Scottish Bakery which was once at 4 Wanaka Place, Pakuranga Heights is still in existence somewhere in NZ?
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Google maps says there's another "Scottish Bakery" at 33 Carrington Drive, Papamoa Beach, Papamoa 3118, and it appears to still be open/ operating, at least per Google records.
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Originally Posted by Pulaski
Google maps says there's another "Scottish Bakery" at 33 Carrington Drive, Papamoa Beach, Papamoa 3118, and it appears to still be open/ operating, at least per Google records.
Unfortunately there are no contact details.
However, it would be a nice drive when I have a day to spare.

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Found phone number. Very nice Scots lady informed me that they have retired.

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Originally Posted by HairyScot
Unfortunately there are no contact details.However, it would be a nice drive when I have a day to spare. 
The website (www.scotbake.co.nz) is defunct. I would not be optimistic that it's still in business. You could try calling: 07-542 2745.
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