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Re: Archers Drains and guess what? . . . "Trees"

Subject: Re: Archers Drains and guess what? . . . "Trees"
From: Andersonarb
Date: May 27 2001 10:57:39
That story line sounds rubbish to me, when did anybody bury their drains 
under a solid concrete kitchen floor? That must be against some building reg 
or other. I'd just re-plumb it and put the drains down an outer wall where 
they should be easy to get at and dig up later.
This seems to be a stroyline written by someone who's never owned a house or 
a tree probably the work experience kid in the Archers office.
Don't worry Eddy Grundy 'll sort it.

Sad aren't I?

Bill.

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