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Topic: Re:Household 'rubbish' removal
Posted by: Philippa Bond
Date/Time: 01/10/15 13:42:00

That doesn't sound much like "rubbish" - especially if it is pre-50s. Surely it is more solid than the ubiquitous chipboard stuff around now?

Does the fridge work?

Have you tried the charities that collect free eg the British Heart Foundation? 

There are several listed on this webpage:

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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 13:28:00 Brian Coyle
   Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 13:42:00 Philippa Bond
      Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 14:53:00 Brian Coyle
         Re:Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 15:12:00 Vanessa Smith
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 15:22:00 Penny Crocker
   Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 16:01:00 Alison Neary
      Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 16:07:00 Brian Coyle
         Re:Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 17:37:00 Philippa Bond
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 17:40:00 Philippa Bond
               Re:Re:  123 Recycle for Free  Electronics01/10/15 18:02:00 Philippa Bond
      Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 18:54:00 Richard Greenhough
         Re:Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal01/10/15 19:13:00 Philippa Bond
            Re:Re:Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal02/10/15 09:17:00 Alison Neary
         Re:Re:Re:Household 'rubbish' removal02/10/15 09:14:00 Alison Neary
   Re:Household 'rubbish' removal02/10/15 08:54:00 James Dow
      Re: Old furniture can be upcycled03/10/15 11:21:00 Philippa Bond
         Re:Re: Old furniture can be upcycled03/10/15 12:00:00 Philippa Bond

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