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Old 01-01-2018, 12:07
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Hook it up Mum's buggy then you has no lifting to do . One lady each side and in the water it goes.

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Old 01-01-2018, 12:55
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Well I past your suggestion on to the ladies Dave , and I'm told that when the plaster sets I'll be allowed to leave A+E
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Old 01-01-2018, 16:27
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That'll learn yer to tittletattle

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Thanks Dave , its quite ingenious as it folds up lengthways and folds down into a quite small unit that can be stored in either the boot or backseat

Very efficient service [needless to say German efficiency but no blue badge on it]
remains to see how well it copes but looks sturdy enough and all steel construction with nylon type fitted bag fitted with velcro /loped corners ....so quite optimistic , as I said the one I saw was carrying children in [although they specifically warn not to be used as such .
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