Bloody Morrisons are selling loud fireworks at half price. My dog has
been paranoid for a fortnight or so, every night, on account of loud
fireworks a mile or so away.
Wasn't there some legislation proposed regarding public sale of loud
Can't see anyone doing anything about it except in the most extreme
cases - whatever the legislation.
I used to quite like the big display done by Round Table where I lived.
Seemed to satisfy most people and was far more spectacular than anything
you can buy from a shop. But now, I find them boring and annoying.
As a kid we used to play with bangers - but after a friend had one
shoved up his shirt, that burn was enough to turn me away from careless
And that's not so unreasonable any more. There is such a very wide
variety of lampholders, plus all the different fittings which have to be
opened in all sorts of different ways. It's often not even obvious
whether they are screw or bayonet.
Stage 1: Fill out the risk assessment form.
Stage 2: Contact a scaffolding company. A ladder isn't safe at heights
above 2 inches.
Stage 3: Remove bulb
Stage 4: Get the light fitting PA Tested
Stage 5: Fit new energy saving bulb
Stage 6: Contact local Building Control office
On Tue, 13 Nov 2012 08:43:25 +0000, The Medway Handyman wrote:
Whats the matter with you man? Are you trying to kill people?
You have Stage 2A in the wrong place it should be Stage 1B (I think there
is a 1A else where in the Subject:).
You can't have scaffolders construction scaffolding near live electrical
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