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Oh bugger. Trampoline had better not take a trip over the fence. Dd will be in bewd with me if she wakes..she can't stand the wind and rain
well on the bright side you might always end up with someone else's!
You must be kidding, it's pissing it down out there! Garden is very sheltered with high conifer hedges, so fingers crossed will be ok.
Ermmm.... Oh dear! Can you go and weight the legs with heavy things and take off the safety net if you have one?
I haven't tied the trampoline down!
Bbc just suggested gusts of 70mph for east Anglia. Take care knitted.Gnight all.
Thanks Kitten, am now going to check the links. We're in Suffolk.
Met office have suddenly included east anglia in the wind warnings and say it may be worst affected. Have been talking about it here
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