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Easy T

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  1. I watched a you tube video of somebody that is a full timer. There were a number of vans parked at a layby in Derbyshire. Seemed like a dead end road. A police car stopped to investigate and the driver asked some questions. The following day a police van arrived and asked more and appeared satisfied. The full timer stated that the police had closed the road to others and asked if they needed a water supply delivery. So the police might well investigate if they are able
  2. The two chaps came to mow our lawn last Friday. The boss wa wearing a good quality facemask and was gloved. We had a natter sat 3m apart on the patio. He is using the protective gear to safeguard his employee. His money, all in notes, was washed with the breakfast dishes and pinned down with a newly washed mug on the patio table for him. My neighbour had pegged his money on the washing line
  3. Early days here as Supermarkets only tried hard at the social distancing since 25th March. Went to Lidl on 28th and queue area marked off outside shops and one out and one in with a staff member controlling admission. Additional tills operating and queuing controlled there also
  4. I actually did our shop on Wednesday at local ASDA. It was fairly painless and not too busy. That was around 10am. Friday I decided that I wanted some fresh broccoli as the one in the fridge was going over. Rather than go on Saturday (when we want the broccoli) I thought that today might be better. Went to ASDA at about 10.45am and there was a 160yard queue of about 80 trolleys winding around outside. No way! Went to Lidl and there were 4 or 5 trolleys in the queue and a few minutes wait
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    Nissan X-Trail

    Can't comment really. Very happy with our 2005 136bhp X-Trail
  6. Some choose to use the tarmac areas however.
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    Asda fuel.

    When modern petro; gets old it really stinks. I no longer mow my own grass but when I did would always run the engine at the end of the season until it ran out of fuel
  8. When I was aged 14 to 16 it was the best bread you could buy .......... for fishing. Give it a squeeze and it stuck to the hook better than fresh dough!
  9. It might have been a better option to close parks at weekends
  10. Perhaps if they had kept the parking charge that might of helped
  11. You would think that as they have amended implied terms by removing the use of facility blocks that they have broken a contract and should return deposits on request
  12. When we have travelled abroad to an apartment I always pack a couple of small tins of evap milk. On arrival at inopportune times for shopping etc and after a flight I just rehydrate with water and we can have a brew. On two occasions (one with OH and once with eldest daughter) when we had an apartment that unusually did not have full kitchen provisions and separate bedrooms etc I found that standing a small tin in a large bowl of water meant that we kept milk easily in the heat.
  13. As I have said before I am not too concerned about catching this virus when emptying loo and rinsing - for very good reason. When emptying the loo my hands stay well away from my face, I take cassette back to caravan and install and then I wash my hands thoroughly after OH lets me in. Yet to see/hear that.
  14. There have doubtless been some buying ridiculous quantities but I suspect that the shortages at present are simply due to people who, instead of buying that weeks supplies are wanting a week extra to fall back on.
  15. I am not convinced that you can lay the blame simply at the feet of the modern generation If that is the true situation you had best advise the government as they don' seem to realise that it is a full two weeks before realising that you are infected. Still nowt like hype is there.
  16. OH runs a small social forum and the experience there of those thinking of using the system has been a 2 week plus delay for a slot. Also around 50% of items unavailable. A regular user who is recovering from cancer treatment had a psta product ..... lasagne sheets and the substitute provided was spaghetti. I suppose she could be inventive with that.
  17. The Actual Advice on Social Distancing (Includes travel advice) What is social distancing? Social distancing measures are steps you can take to reduce the social interaction between people. This will help reduce the transmission of coronavirus (COVID-19). They are: Avoid contact with someone who is displaying symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19). These symptoms include high temperature and/or new and continuous cough Avoid non-essential use of public transport, varying your travel times to avoid rush hour, when possible Work from home, where possible. Your employer should support you to do this. Please refer to employer guidance for more information Avoid large gatherings, and gatherings in smaller public spaces such as pubs, cinemas, restaurants, theatres, bars, clubs Avoid gatherings with friends and family. Keep in touch using remote technology such as phone, internet, and social media Use telephone or online services to contact your GP or other essential services Everyone should be trying to follow these measures as much as is pragmatic. We strongly advise you to follow the above measures as much as you can and to significantly limit your face-to-face interaction with friends and family if possible, particularly if you: are over 70 have an underlying health condition are pregnant This advice is likely to be in place for some weeks.
  18. Obviously the renewal conditions will also change when the new policy is put in place. A renewal is a new policy at renewal - snap Steve
  19. Others have done the same by adding Corona Virus as a known event on new policies
  20. The same statement has been made before by Green Flag/Mayday.
  21. Apparently closing from Friday in wales with considerations being made to make provision for special needs, those reliant on free meals and the children of NHS staff etc.
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