Disposable barbecue stand

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  1. ericonabike

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    Small beer perhaps, but hope you can help! We use disposable barbies occasionally when away, but feel the need to raise them higher off the ground. Has anyone found a folding stand for them anywhere? Research suggests both Wilkinsons and B&Q used to do them, but no longer...
     
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    If you have a branch of Home Bargain or B&M they do more substantial ones,although with the recent weather they may be very low on stock.
    What about a couple of cinder blocks?
     
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    I found the Asado one online, but was hoping for something that folded, and raised it a bit higher off the ground! And a little less bulky than cinder blocks...the search continues
     
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    Hi
    We use a Cadac the one with the short legs, so we bought a Paella stand that folds up to an L shape for storage, if you are going to Spain or anybody you know are, they are around 20 Euros in any Chinees shop, we have had ours 6 years and wouldn't be without it, it brings the Cadac up to waist high. Pete :thumb::thumb:
     
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    are u goin to Malvern show? if so i will give u one ( bbq stand that is :Doh:) i got 2 used only once:thumb: if i can find em in my nice tidy garage
     
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    Bought ours on Amazon. About £10 and delivered next day. 6 inches off the ground which is ample. Screws together in 30 seconds.
     
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    Aww...big thanks to Phill D who's posting me his spare stand! Another example of how the motorhoming world is full of nice folk - think we should have a new collective noun, a 'kindness' of Funsters,,,
     
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    I put our disposable on the grill pan, and stick that on our normal table....sorted!
     
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    i have one had it from about ten years ago then they went and change the size of the disposables so now its no use as its too big the tray falls through

    bloody rip off Britain :Doh::Doh:

    its one of my to do jobs now to make a frame to fit is so it will be smaller:Rofl1::Rofl1: prob be best to spend a £10 note on a new one :cry:
     
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