Our Posh Windbreak

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  1. GJH

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    On This Thread Steve (SandJ) asked for a photo so here it is.

    Used it for the first time today and it works exactly as we had hoped.
     

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    Who's the little seat in the middle for?
     
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    Thats a coffee table..............................




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    Did Gill make that from your old net curtains?:Wink:
     
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    Progresss, eh?:thumb:
     
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    Snobs can afford coffee ?
     
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    I know were my bean net went now :Eeek:
     
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    When I break wind it'd take more than that to stop it.
     
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    Looks a stunning setup.

    Well done :Rofl1:
     
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    I don't doubt it Brian. I heard that before your time the Cheshire Gap was the Cheshire Mountain :Laughing:
     
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    DIY copy

    Excellent job done. I am trying to copy it , sourced the material but not the poles, can you give a pointer where I can buy them
    Many thanks
     
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    Hi 1948. This might be of help.
    I have bought my poles from the garden centre. They are 1.5m long and made of green plastic coated steel with a spike at one end and virtually weightless, they seem strong and cost £1.99 each:thumb:
    I got hubby to check them out first so if it turns out to be a melon I've got someone to blame:Wink:
    Material has been ordered so hopefully I can make as good a job of it as Gill:RollEyes:

    Jane
     
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    We bought a 4 pole windbreak for £7.99. Main thing is to make sure the poles are 5 foot omes to give sufficient length for hammering intomthe ground.
    I think I'll look at a garden centre having seen Jane's post though.
     
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