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  1. Make sure these stones are very heavy. I used to have my eglu on slabs with bricks on the skirt. An animal managed to move the bricks, lift up the skirt and kill my chickens
  2. It would have to be a very inventive fox to be able to lift the pin out all the way and then open the door and get into the run. This has never happened to me, nor have I heard of it happening to anyone else.
  3. Volkswagen Touran. My dad has one and it is massive! All the rear seats can either fold down or be removed completely leaving a flat load bay. It can easily seat eight adults and it is a very smooth ride. Drives more like a petrol!
  4. How about a Vauxhall Combo Life? You can get a used (2020 model) for around £12,000
  5. How much are you looking to spend?
  6. I wouldn’t worry too much about which way the doors open, there should be plenty of space either way. If you want a fridge with an ice/water dispenser, I would get one that is permanently plumbed into the mains. You will get bored of filling up the tank otherwise!
  7. Schedule 1 of The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings in a Relevant Place) (England) Regulations 2020 states that a mask must be worn in: 1. A shop 2. Enclosed shopping centres, excluding any area in that building which is open to the public and where seating or tables are made available for the consumption of food and drink. 3. Banks, building societies, credit unions, short-term loan providers, savings clubs and undertakings which by way of business operate a currency exchange office, transmit money (or any representation of money) by any means or cash cheques which are made payable to customers. 4. Post Offices. If he was in the kiosk at a petrol station, a mask needs to be worn, as it is a shop.
  8. The World Health Organisation recommends 3 layers and the Government recommends at least 2 layers. However, there is nothing in law that states that face coverings must have a certain amount of layers. As long as the covering covers your mouth and nose, you are complying with the regulations.
  9. True, but the face covering can be anything, even a scarf will be fine! I think the law was meant to stop other people from spreading the virus, rather than stopping people from catching it.
  10. If is is fitted properly, then no, as when you speak or breathe, the droplets will go forward and be stopped by the plastic.
  11. It can't go any further, the plastic will get in the way
  12. The Health Protection (Coronavirus, Wearing of Face Coverings in a Relevant Place) (England) Regulations 2020 states: “face covering” means a covering of any type which covers a person’s nose and mouth A plastic face visor does this, so it can be worn instead of a mask.
  13. I was out shopping the other day and I noticed staff chasing a shoplifter down the street. The thief glanced backwards to see far the staff were behind him. Since the thief wasn’t looking where he was going, he ran straight into someone. Unfortunately for the thief, the person they ran into was a on duty (in full uniform) police officer! 😂 The thief was promptly detained and handcuffed in record time!
  14. My mum had to fly out to Australia a few days ago to deal with a family emergency. Everyone who arrives in Australia from overseas must spend two weeks in a quarantine facility (which is being run by the army). We were all expecting some dingy hostel or student dorms... Nope! She has been put up in a 5 star hotel in the centre of Sydney! The only downside is that every person there is limited to one bottle of wine a day!

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