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mjohns4

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About mjohns4

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  • Location
    Bath
  • Interests
    Golf fishing
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    ford
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    bailey

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  1. I have a Kampa club air pro and suffer from the dreaded condensation problem, whilst away last week I got talking to a guy who owned a bradcot air awning and he said he didn't have an issue with condensation, apparently the roof on the Kampa is a weather shield material that does not breath as opposed to the Bradcot that does
  2. You go and enjoy yourselves, me and the other half are going down to Dorset soon, not quite as old as you 73 and 72 years young, I don't see any extra risk being away than being at home, my wife and I will certainly not be taking any chances, if the weather perks up we won't be joining the masses on the Dorset beaches, have a safe journey
  3. Latest from CMC Will you be reducing VAT on bookings? We welcome the UK Governments decision to reduce VAT on camping and are now looking at how this can be applied to members’ bookings. As soon as we have the full details from the Government we will make the necessary changes and inform members.
  4. I believe that they do, so hopefully the savings can be passed on to other businesses, I guess that's the idea
  5. Not sure I will let the CMC keep the difference on a 10 night stay, at £15 in every £100 saved I will gladly pass that on to a local pub or restaurant
  6. I see Tradewinds visitor profile has been blocked, I wonder why 😂😂
  7. Been on independence of the seas twice, first time 2008 on inaugural cruise, so only been in service for 12years
  8. Exeter racecourse CMC site for 10 days, just to chill out
  9. Apparently 9 bus drivers have died in London with the covid19 virus, in my west country Roman city I have witnessed on a daily basis buses running empty or with just one or two passengers, I realise that at times in certain towns and cities key worker's may be using public transport to and from work, surely transport management could put more safety measures in place and reduce time tables to protect their staff, having worked as a compliance manager before early retirement this should be easy to do
  10. According to the local golf clubs web sites it seems to be business as usual, including club house bar's and restaurants open and some doing mothers day meals, what's going on
  11. Griff View email in a browser Dear Mike, We are continuing to work around the clock to feed the nation in these challenging times. Many of you have written to me in the past 24 hours to tell me that you like the idea of priority shopping for NHS workers and for elderly and disabled customers, but that these should be at different times. We have therefore decided to allow NHS and social care workers to shop in our supermarkets for half an hour before they open each day. So anyone with NHS ID will be able to shop from 07.30-08.00 every day from Monday to Saturday. We're delighted to be able to offer priority shopping to all the hard-working NHS staff across the country who are working so hard to keep us all safe and well. In addition to this, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday, all our supermarkets will dedicate 08.00-09.00 to serving elderly customers, disabled customers and carers. Many of you have also asked me about priority online delivery slots for elderly, disabled and vulnerable customers. We have been able to identify a number of customers as elderly and vulnerable based on the information they have given us previously. These details would include date of birth and if you have ever used our vulnerable customer helpline. For all of these customers, we will email you today (Sunday) with information on when slots will become available. If you do not receive an email and you consider yourself to be vulnerable, please visit our Groceries Online website on Monday for information on how to contact us. We are also working as quickly as possible on an option for people to register themselves as disabled and vulnerable on their online shopping accounts. Thank you to everyone who has taken the time to get in touch with me and share your feedback - it's because of you that we are making these changes and we will continue to listen, learn and adapt during this uncertain time. Best wishes Mike Need any help? Visit our Help Centre or call our Customer Care Team on 0800 328 1700 Forgotten your login? If you've forgotten your password and would like us to send you a reminder, click here This is a service email. We have noted your Marketing preferences. Please don't reply to this email address, as it's not monitored. Click here for ways to contact us. To view the Sainsbury's privacy and cookie policy, please click here and here. Registered address: Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd, 33 Holborn, London EC1N 2HT.
  12. Please !!!!!!!! The sooner all caravan sites are forced to close the better, can't please all the people all the time, common sense has gone straight out of the window
  13. mjohns4

    Mothers day

    Just like to wish all mums on this forum a very happy mothers day, all enjoy your day as much as you can under these worrying circumstances, please remember as hard as it might be don't have direct contact with vulnerable mums
  14. My intention now is to get my regular AWS guy to carry out the service to confirm the damp and then register with the dealer and Bailey that investigation/warranty work to be carried out at a later date after hopefully isolation is over, if reported before 6 years warranty is up and as we have to isolate for at least 12 weeks I'm hoping that Bailey/dealer will honour the warranty
  15. I have a Bailey Pegasus Gt65 Verona, 6 year warranty runs out at the end of April, the van is booked in for annual service by Mobile AWS in early April, as I am over 70 my wife and I will be in isolation for 12 weeks, I was considering cancelling my AWS and booking later in the year as per Bailey warranty 4 month extension, before cancelling I decided to carry out my own damp check and found readings over 50% in the floor, my delema now is do I let the mobile guy carry out the service to confirm the damp and then register with the dealer and Bailey, for the warranty work to be carried out at a later date after hopefully isolation is over, I will have to try somehow to keep a safe distance from my mobile service guy Quote
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