London (change)
Today 8°C / 1°C
Tomorrow 7°C / 3°C
4 messages
21/03/2013 at 16:42
Pippa if you get a strip of metal like a lid off of a ring pull can, you can fold one end and push it over the glass at the top and push it between the pane's that has slipped down and fold the bottom over to hold the slipped pane in place, when roof slate's slip that's what you do. Oldchippy,
03/04/2013 at 19:43
I have holes in my fence where the badger has come to look for food.Holes in the leafs ? are you sure its not those tiny munchers baby snails or those leafcutters.Alot of plants have been affected by the cold wind more than the cold its self.
30/04/2013 at 17:12
Be thankful it is only holes in leaves - some of my family live in Texas, where they had hail the size to fill the palm of a hand - they sent photos - cars multiply deeply dented, windows broken and I guess various animals with headaches!!
01/08/2013 at 20:22
Holes indeed....
I came back late one afternoon to find the leaves on my giant sunflowers with huge holes.
I too searched for a culprit but alas there was none to be found.
Even though I was only 5 miles away from home my neighbour informed me of a few minute
shower of hailstones so I guess that must be it.
email image
4 messages