Kaimhill versus Inchgarth

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Kaimhill versus Inchgarth

 
Since the £90,000 debacle at Kaimhill we decided to have a little look at both Kaimhill versus Inchgarth.

 
While considering these centres we assume both have full and comprehensive Public Liability Insurance which we are led to believe wasn’t always the case.

 
Kaimhill – easy access and convenience to get there? – personal score 8 out of 10
Inchgarth – easy access and convenience to get there? – personal score 6 out of 10(too many bends in the road!)
Kaimhill – manager ability – personal score 9 out of 10(the manager is just too friendly, so loses a point!)
Inchgarth – manager ability – personal score,   -(minus)10 out of 10(the manager is untrained and seems to struggle with reality)
Kaimhill – cost of coffee – personal score 10 out of 10 (it’s free)
Inchgarth – cost of coffee – personal score, Dick Turpin prices = -(minus) 10 out of 10(coffee franchise – which is rather odd for a supposedly NOT FOR PROFIT organisation).
Kaimhill – friendliness of the local people – personal score 10 out of 10
Inchgarth – friendliness of the local people – personal score 10 out of 10
Kaimhill – unstable staff members = zero – 10 out of 10
Inchgarth – unstable staff members = 1 in particular who has Al Capone symptoms mixed with La-La el Mafiosa syndrome(a deadly disease of the rubber room brigade) – personal score -(minus)10 out of 10
Although this may be a tongue in cheek look at Kaimhill centre and Inchgarth centre it shows that one centre in particular needs to start updating their 2013/2014 ideas and plans.