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KatieMac Wed 09-Feb-05 19:56:56 water my garden with.

I want a very large water butt.

It has to be rectangluar and not cost a fortune.

Is there anything I can use (like a cold water tank - from the attic) Couls it be easily adapted?

Any suggestions??

jangly Wed 09-Feb-05 20:01:59

A lid would be important!

Hausfrau Wed 09-Feb-05 20:03:24

Message withdrawn at poster's request.

jangly Wed 09-Feb-05 20:13:16

I've seen a rectangular one somewhere. Can't think where! It would only be small though - spacesaver.

jangly Wed 09-Feb-05 20:14:52

You would have to make a homemade one safe, though - cats, hedgehogs - not to mention kids!

KatieMac Wed 09-Feb-05 20:27:28

The gap it is going to sit in is 800x1400 and up to 2m high - I just assumed that rectangular would fit the space best.

It to collect from a roof that is 50spqm - so it needs to be quite big.

And it must be safe (I childmind)

suedonim Wed 09-Feb-05 20:43:10

Try googling, Katie, I found a few such as these these and these . Be careful about prices - they seem to vary wildly for the same item!

KatieMac Wed 09-Feb-05 21:02:13

Thanks Sue love the rectangular one - but so expensive!!!!

I'll keep looking as little ones will overflow all the time

suedonim Wed 09-Feb-05 23:59:31

Oh, crumbs, I didn't notice the price of that one!! It is a bit expensive, isn't it?

BethAndHerBrood Thu 10-Feb-05 19:33:21

They don't overflow if you put the pipe from the drainpipe into the butt at the right level. Does that make sense??!!

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