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Old Jul 8th 2017, 8:38 pm
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Hi as we up high and experience strong winds I was considering some form of protector to prevent the bread rolls being blown off the table etc etc.Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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You could try eating them!
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You could try eating them!
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Thank you Richard Cranium
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There's a website: luxurypergolas.com which has an address in Ayamonte. They have a description of a transparent PVC screen to fit a pergola or balcony. At least they could give you the Spanish for what you are searching for. I googled "patio screens near Ayamonte "
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There's a website: luxurypergolas.com which has an address in Ayamonte. They have a description of a transparent PVC screen to fit a pergola or balcony. At least they could give you the Spanish for what you are searching for. I googled "patio screens near Ayamonte "
Thanks Mike I will check them out much appreciated.
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Hi as we up high and experience strong winds I was considering some form of protector to prevent the bread rolls being blown off the table etc etc.Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Just a thought (depending on where you live).

Any permanent structure will probably need pre-approval from the community... and even if you get it there may be a fight!! Get everything in writing.

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Hi Jon one of the neighbours has had one installed so I believe it should be ok.Its ideal and it would make such a difference .👍
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