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linwil

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  1. Brilliant. I can now see again! Thanks for the help
  2. Hi, sometime last week the font size on my view of the site reduced in size. I don't think I did anything and can't find a settings button to alter it. I'm on a PC using Google. Any help would be welcome! Regards
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  4. Had the same problem with a horn and a paloma. The spiders had "nested" in the manifold.
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  8. Article from Huddersfield Examiner re flooding in Elland. Interesting, and depressing, pictures. Last night local news stated that CRT are responsible for the bridge repairs (rebuild?). That is going to cost! http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/west-yorkshire-news/amazing-new-pictures-show-havoc-10685311
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  10. Just seen this in the local (Huddersfield) paper. http://www.examiner.co.uk/news/west-yorkshire-news/new-cycling-route-between-huddersfield-10058060 Where can you get the signs from?
  11. If it is (Nantwich and Borders) they advertise that they can only take boats up 40 foot.
  12. Just bought a couple of bags of "burning peat" from my local supplier. Made(?) by this firm http://peatheat.co.uk/index.html £5 for a big bag (dosen't work for comparison by weight) Looking at their web site the heat produced vs. price seems to be good. Trying it on my squirrel at home, burns more easily than other peat I have tried. Anybody else tried it? Thinking of taking some down to the boat. Regards Also posted in coal price thread by mistake
  13. Just bought a couple of bags of "burning peat" from my local supplier. Made(?) by this firm http://peatheat.co.uk/index.html £5 for a big bag (dosen't work for comparison by weight) Looking at their web site the heat produced vs. price seems to be good. Trying it on my squirrel at home, burns more easily than other peat I have tried. Anybody else tried it? Thinking of taking some down to the boat. Regards
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