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1.0 out of 5 stars Good Price But Quality Poor, 10 Sep 2013
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Another customer has had the same problem with a different size poly tunnel.
Unfortunately my poly tunnel failed with in a week of installation.
Supplier claims it was installed incorrectly.
Not sure this is fair when even their photo shows the roof cover is loose and flapping.
We could not zip the door close it was too tight around the walls but the roof cover was loose even after pegging down with heavy duty pegs and Velcro ties were tight to the poles.

The roof cover was too big for the frame causing water to gather on the roof and collapse the tunnel.

Poles buckled under the weight of the water causing the sagging roof.

I have been advise the roof must be as tight as a drum.


Bad Education - Series 1 [DVD]
Bad Education - Series 1 [DVD]
Dvd ~ Jack Whitehall
Price: 6.70

3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Bad Education, 17 Jan 2013
Heaven forbid he based his character on me. I was Jack's primary school P.E. teacher. I don't recall any of the scenes and situations for real but even so they made me laugh. Maybe Jack remembers the short stories I gave while driving the mini bus from the school to the Bank of England sports grounds. He was but five years of age and I think the Monster teddy bears were a favorite.


Aynsley Cottage Garden Oatmeal Bowl Set
Aynsley Cottage Garden Oatmeal Bowl Set

5.0 out of 5 stars Cottage Garden (PORTLAND) Oatmeal Bowl, 19 Jun 2007
Since 1775 Aynsley has established a reputation for outstanding design, quality and value in fine bone china. Aynsley ceased production of the Cottage Garden Portland tableware range back in 1993.
This Oatmeal bowl set is part of a special commission by Aynsley in 2007. Only a limited number were produced.

These fine bone china bowls have many uses. Ideal for desert, pasta, cereal or soup. Formally called the Oatmeal bowl was part of the full formal ware set. But today can be used for casual tableware due to the toughness of the glaze. Unlike earthernware that easily chips the fine porcelain give that extra strength.

The pattern is called Cottage Garden and represents A whimsical red butterfly floating across a field of traditional wild flowers depicts the perfect vision of a bygone age.

If you are looking for tableware that will last and has a luxurious appearance that enables it to maintain its pristine finish year after year. You can't go wrong with
Aynsley.

These bowls represent outstanding value, on ebay USED they sell in the region of 20+ each.

Why buy used when you can buy new for less!


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