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    Vegan Building Network

    Its been a while since I have posted here!! But I am still alive, just been very busy!

    I am trying to get a Vegan Building Network (UK) up and running. The idea of the group is to allows vegans...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    Looking really good Mr F. I have been meaning to ask if you ever did the things you planned in the cellar?

    I have been working really hard on my place too. Some of the worst/hardest bits you cant...
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    Re: Job Vacancy

    Just thought I'd bump this up as I will be pushing forward with adverts and interviews in the next three weeks. Still would prefer a vegan if possible.
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2009

    I agree, I think that is a very positive response from the organisers and hopefully goes someway to addressing some of the complaints that had been laid at their door.

    Lets all hope they do it...
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2009

    i agree with alot you say Frank. But I would not support a veggie festival, its special because aims to purely vegan. I feel that should still be its AIM.

    As i said before, its almost impossible...
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    Re: "My Monkey Baby" (Ch4)

    That was my thoughts exactly, I could only watch a little of it before I switched off.

    I am against breeding for pets anyway, whatever type of animals we decide we need as companions; its a...
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2009

    I had a fantastic weekend, both at the fayre and socialising on the Friday night for Gwydions B'day, Saturday night at the Hatchet and then Sunday night at the after show party.

    We went to cafe...
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2009

    I believe Destiny has a photo of me with the vegan police:o:D
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2009

    Yep. Me too.:thumbsup:
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2009

    I love you:heart::heart::D
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    Re: Bristol Vegan Fayre 2009

    Any one know what's happening with regard the cup final / re-entry after 5 should it go to extra time? I will be well pissed off if there is no allowance made for those watching the game. Especially...
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    Re: Today in the Garden (2)

    Cheers Mzee, i didnt know that about Stag Beetles, I assumed they hibernated!! but i just searched and found they only live for upto 40days as adults. I did know they live as a grub for upto 5yrs,...
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    Re: Today in the Garden

    I am hoping someone can help me out.

    I have a 'wood pile' in my garden which consists of a load of rotting wood and it has basically remained untouched for 3yrs; I have specifically left it like...
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    Re: Today in the Garden

    I spent all day yesterday in the garden, with the help of Whalespace. We dug out all my artichokes, weeded the strawberries and around my trees. I then mulched around the trees to try and keep the...
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    Re: Brighton Vegan Fayre

    really sorry I missed you guys, I was wondering whether you were coming! I was there pretty much all day. Frank spent the day in bed with a *migrain* after a heavy night drinking. He also pulled a...
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    Job Vacancy

    It is likely that I will have a Job Vacancy available in August / September this year. One of my guys has just told me he wants to go back to Uni to do a masters. I am disappointed, but I am pleased...
  17. Re: Brighton Vegan Fayre - Saturday March 21st 2009

    wow hammer curls hurt, alot. its like a bicepcurl but you hold the weight the other way:D
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    Re: Vegan Airplane food

    I flew to St Lucia with virgin atlantic about 7yrs ago and the vegan food on the way there was really good.

    However, on the return flight it wasnt so good (i cant remember now, but i know i...
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    Re: Vegan Airplane food

    I flew to St Lucia with virgin atlantic about 7yrs ago and the vegan food on the way there was really good.

    However, on the return flight it wasnt so good (i cant remember now, but i know i...
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    Re: Today in the Garden

    It has been a beautiful morning, frosty but sunny so I decided to go and do a bit of tidying up

    I cleared all the tops of the asparagus and jerusalam artichoke plants and then raked up all the...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    My rayburn is in and on fire!!! YAY:D

    cooking curry on it at the moment:)
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    its in and looking lovely, but got to wait until tomorrow until i can light it:mad::mad::mad::mad:


    :D
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    I'm having my rayburn refurbed and installed today, I am sooooo excited!!!:D
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    yeah I had to do one of those when I went last year; I dont recall anything about it, which probably means it wasnt too much hassle.

    Sorry, thats probably of no use to you:D

    are you scarad...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    hemlock, the most expensive bit is the scaffolding. The cost will then be dependant on how much they have to rebuild. You are probably talking 3-400 for scaffolding and a couple of days labour +...
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    Re: Asda

    I really dont like the thought of shopping at asda and try and support the smaller retailers in the town where I live. But there is a relatively new Asda near where I work, it is huge and stocks lots...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    Sniv. it would be useful to see a pic, to advise you best. I just did a bodge job for Phoenix rising, she has an old knackered garage door, but needed to be able to lock it, it cost about 5 and took...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    thats looking really nice mr flibble.

    not sure what you have planned for the flooring, but laying rubber matting directly onto the bricks may cause them to sweat. I think you can flooring that is...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    yeah they still sell it!! it has minimal insulating properties, but because its 'warm' to the touch it prevents condensation.

    at the moment its colder in my house than it is outside, so i dont...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    even I have to duck going up the stairs, as it is:D I have looked at some of the foil or polystyrene coverings and I must admit I am not convinced of the benefits compared to time/cost to install.
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    should that statement be in the erogenous zone:p:D
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    At the back of my house the roof comes down to first floor level, so there is a void about 100mm, when you go up the stairs you are about 100mm from outside! without any insulation, this makes the...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    Took a long weekend this weekend to try and make some progress. I just read my post a couple of weeks back...that day i decided to take the bike out haha f*ck the diy:p

    so far this weekend I...
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    Re: Recycled sidewalks

    they would obviously need a traffic cone on their head, to complete the look:D
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    Re: Recycled sidewalks

    My only concerns with this are how long do they last? how hard wearing are they? even if they get re-recycled, is the energy taken to lift, reprocess and relay them, viable both economically and...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    haha thats brilliant:D

    when i took my bathroom wall down, you could see the loo from the front door. I remember being sat on the loo when the postman delivered the mail, poor bloke had a shock:o:D
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    thats exactly what i thought:D
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    Re: Where Should I Move To ???

    The thing is with the time v miles argument, it is Dependant on so many things.

    Personally, I drive alot, I have averaged about 40 000miles per year for the last three, and about 60 000 the...
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    Re: Vegan DIY

    Nice place Seitan:D

    I have finally put some time aside to do a bit of work on the house this weekend, some of it will just be general stuff like fixing the curtain rail in bedroom:p

    but I am...
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    Re: Pasta Hut

    ah, that would explain it, obviously convinced some people:p

    their website is still asking for people to vote on the name change, so I would be surprised if its going ahead.

    Also, how would...
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