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Thread: Hosepipe ban

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    You've been lucky Stephen, its been torrential this side of the pennines
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    It's now snowing here!!
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    We have had heavy snow today so that will put a bit back in resas
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    I have just spoken to Thames Water and blue badge holders are exempt from the hose pipe ban for watering plants and lawns.You do have to register with them though.Their site does say if you are not a blue badge holder but are disabled to contact them for advice. The person I talked to said I could hose down my patio and the two steps into my garden as they are covered in moss as it's health and safety.

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