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Richard Gadsby posted a discussion
Hi all I've had an eye test today and it turns out that I'm not going mad but my eyes are in need of some help!!!So does anyone use prescription safety glasses and if so which do you find best?Many thanks in advance
5 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Tom Beevor's discussion Calling on pickup owners
"Still got my Morris van which I use once a week locally. I would love a Bedford HA but they are hard to find nowadays. The Hilux is an absolute gem of a vehicle: reliable, practical and rugged."
6 hours ago
David Widdowson replied to Tom Beevor's discussion Calling on pickup owners
"The Hilux sits higher than the Navara. I noticed this on a 'Drive & Dine' day out with my local Dealer about 18 months ago. One of their new Hilux's was parked next to and very close to a new Navara. The Hilux was noticeably taller with more ground…"
6 hours ago
Billybop replied to Tom Beevor's discussion Calling on pickup owners
"Yes when i first started out in the early 90s i had the forgotten classic gardening vehicles of a little Bedford HA van, a couple of Austin Maestro vans and a Ford P100 pickup...Hiluxes all the way since then"
7 hours ago
Andrew Midgley replied to Tom Beevor's discussion Calling on pickup owners
"I like my work vehicles simple and basic lie my trusty old '68 Morris Minor van!"
7 hours ago
Sam Lever replied to Sam Lever's discussion Casual labourers
"Thanks for all the replies. I will try and go down the unskilled but self employed route. I don't need the hassle of tax and NI for now. Once things get busier I can trajectory step up to permanent staff. I like the idea of a school leaver. How do y…"
7 hours ago
Billybop replied to Tom Beevor's discussion Calling on pickup owners
"Yes the hl2 model was the basic spec, available in either 4wd or 2wd i believe, basic these days includes aircon, electric windows and key fob locking of course... obviously only the 2wd HL2 had the lower bed which i would describe as being around w…"
7 hours ago
Richard Gadsby replied to Andrew Evans's discussion Broadcast Fert Spreader
"I use a Scott's one a got for about £30 it's perfect for the 3 times a year I use it!!!!"
7 hours ago
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Casual labourers

Just a quick enquiry as to how you all go about dealing with casual labourers. My business is growing and the work load is getting to the point at which I need another pair of hands or two. I cannot guarantee the work as yet so don't want a full…

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10 Replies · Reply by Sam Lever 7 hours ago

Broadcast Fert Spreader

I am currently looking for a professional broadcast spreader for lawn treatments. I like the look of the Earthway C22HD spreader which is around £370.00. (pitch care) Looks solid and you can get a three way deflector to go with it. What do other…

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17 Replies · Reply by Richard Gadsby 7 hours ago

Fencing Prices

Morning All, I've been a member of the forum for a while now and have learnt a lot from here. Never posted a discussion before but after the last quote I did I thought it would be good to get other peoples opinions. I've spent weeks creating a…

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19 Replies · Reply by Bill Cordès 10 hours ago

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