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Forest Cobbler

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  1. We've got an old Apollo counter top one. If you're interested I'll dig it out from under the bench and take some photos
  2. The website is definitely still working, I was on there only a few minutes ago. http://www.tcolledgeandson.com/
  3. I've worked here for 30 years this April and a few years ago I asked for an increase to my holiday time rather than a pay rise for that year. So my holiday allowance was raised from 28 days to 33 days including bank holidays and I'm happy with that for the time being. Valerie
  4. Oh man, pandas are the best. We saw some at Hong Kong Zoo, they were laying back on a bank munching bamboo and looked just like workmen in panda suits on their lunch break.
  5. That's encouraging. It's certainly worth giving it a go I think. Thanks
  6. We had this offer sheet through yesterday, it has a new mobile number on it that's worth tryingdec 2019 part 2.pdf
  7. Got a customer asking if we know where they can get a copy of this Banham key. I know we can get the blanks but we don't have the means to cut out the bottom edge, unless we could could do it on the Bianchi. Any suggestions please? Thanks, Valerie
  8. I use Trend's Ezebadge program and a top feeding inkjet printer set to print on photo paper. Unfortunately I could never get Trend's precut sticker sheets to line up properly so I use A4 sheets of photo paper instead and stamp the centres out with a 25mm cutter. I used to use self adhesive photo paper but it gums the cutter up so I now use non adhesive paper and double sided discs.
  9. I bet they still ask 'Do you cut keys?'
  10. The sliding boards on our Flexam key bench are a bit like metal pegboards because you can move the hooks. We print our own dymo labels with JMA and Silca codes on and have recently started putting them onto thin magnetic squares making them even easier to re-arrange when necessary. If you recover your solid boards I wouldn't bother with the graphics, just invest in a decent label machine and print whichever company's codes that you use, then you can easily take off whatever has dropped out of use and replace it with something new.
  11. Ron Hayes & Sons do a nice range of inexpensive wood and slate signs, and can supply you with display boards if you want them. shop@ronhayesandson.co.uk
  12. Churning stuff out at £8.99 a pop will soon get the money back though.
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