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What size skip?

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Comfy · 05/03/2010 17:01

To hold:
an ikea armchair [read small]
a cot bed and mattress
two folded garden chairs
1 mini trampoline
assorted small amount of general garden crap including plant material.
a space heater.

possibly a bit more as we look around.

Could we get away with a mini skip? [hopeful, but clueless]

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tiggergirl · 05/03/2010 19:33

i just chuck furniture outside house and call council and they come collect it as for garden rubbish the council could collect in recyling and garden waste van for free give them a call and worth it if free

trixymalixy · 05/03/2010 19:36

Freecycle all of it apart from the garden waste.

We had terrible trouble trying to get a skip for garden waste, no-one would take it. Your council would probably come and take it though.

Comfy · 05/03/2010 19:36

Not free here. £30 an item!

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Comfy · 05/03/2010 19:41

Yes actually I could try freecycle. When I began I thought it was all too crappy but it's mostly useable-ish.

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TheOtherMe · 05/03/2010 20:25

Ok have re-joined and listed all the items.
oh and namechanged whilst about it.

Phoenix4725 · 06/03/2010 09:53

Ug I need skip get rid of some old beds anyone know what hertz are like

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