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Re: Britain 3000 BC
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thesweetcheat wrote:
tjj wrote:
A beautiful day outside but I'm waiting in for that elusive butterfly aka 'a gas engineer'.

Missed this bit earlier - me too (bugger never showed up though, supposed to be replacing our metre). Could have had a nice day out somewhere!

OT still...any gas engineer worth his salt or ACS for that matter,whether private company or British Gas(Transco)..especially the latter(who usually change meters), should phone ahead to inform any waiting customer of delays and/or cancellations...You are both eligible for a cash voucher as recompense for inconvenience as this procedure seems to have been ignored...I'd advise you to apply for this now stating times of promised appointment and non-appearance of said engineers.

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2nd September 2010ce

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