Bread trays.... innocent whistle

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  1. Wizbangs

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    We don't have any bread trays, but with this 'summer' I think it wise to get some. How did you acquire yours?
     
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    if you have a factory near you, you can go and ask them for the broken ones.

    The trays belong to whichever name is usually on the side - obviously most broken ones wont have sides hehehehehe

    Hope its helpful
     
  3. pappajohn

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    and the ones which do have sides wont when you've finished trimming them down... :Blush:

    got mine at a local school we were working at....i just asked the janitor/caretaker if i could have them.
     
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    Try watching out for the lay-bys with a mobile cafe as sometimes they will leave the bread trays in the lay-by when they pack up. ::bigsmile:

    Or try asking at the super market or high street bakers to see if they have any broken ones. :winky:
     
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    Bought some bread :thumb:

    If you know anyone that shops at MAKRO, get them to buy a tray or two of 10 loaves and they let you take them in the tray :thumb:

    Crumbs :ROFLMAO:
     
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    You can swop me a bottle of cider at Stratford and i will bring you a pair...:winky:
    Will be there from Thursday evening.....
     
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    got mine from back door of local shop :winky: before they new they had gone :Eeek:
     
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    Brought mine from the shop we had in London when we moved to Norfolk in 1983 :ROFLMAO: Sunblest I think, they were handy for stacking stuff in during the move, so too were the open milk crates we brought along. I reckon we paid for them many times over in our years in the shop. :roflmto:
     
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    Thanks everyone for your replies. The offer to bring some was kind but we will not be at Stratford. Thanks too for the ebay link.
    Mary :Smile:
     
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    I use 2 of these

    Use them as foot well mats or outside the hab door when not under the wheels, you can usually get them in markets for a couple of quid each
     
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