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Men sentenced for Hatton Garden raid 0

Men sentenced for Hatton Garden raid

Collison retires at 27 with injury 1 digimocr 2 , February 13, 2016February 13, 2016 3 , England News , England News 4 5 , 0 Jack Collison has only managed to play 22 games in the past three years Ex-West Ham United and Wales…

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Sausage Rolls – Susie's Favourite Recipes 0

Sausage Rolls – Susie's Favourite Recipes

Susie s Favourite Recipes Sausage Rolls 225 g (8 oz) **Self-raising Flour 100 g (4 oz) Margarine 30 ml (2 tbsp) Cold Water 225 g (8 oz) Sausage Meat A lightly greased baking tray. **Please note you can use plain flour but self-raising gives the pastry a softer more crumblier texture. * Preheat oven to 230 C, 450 F and Gas Mark 8. * Put the flour into the basin and add the margarine. * Lightly rub in the margarine using your fingertips. Lift the mixture up as you rub the mixture together. This allows the air in and helps to have a lighter pastry. * Using a knife, add a little water at a time, stir the mixture until you have a nice stiff consistency. * Kneed the mixture in the bowl until it becomes one piece of dough. * Turn onto a floured board or work surface and roll out to about 7.5 cm (3 inch) wide, keeping the dough to the thickness you prefer. * Roll the sausage meat out with floured hands to the length of the pastry. * Place the sausage meat onto the pastry strip, and lightly brush the edge of the pastry with milk to help it seal together, roll up the pastry. * Cut into lengths and place onto the baking tray. * Make a couple of cuts along the tops then lightly brush them with a little milk to glaze. * Place into the oven and cook for about 20 minutes until golden brown. * Enjoy!

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Any problems with and opinion about Auto-sleeper Beckford 0

Any problems with and opinion about Auto-sleeper Beckford

I had an 1996 Autosleeper Duetto and the quality was great, it was just the Transit that let it down. I now have a 2010 Autosleeper Duetto and the Transit is great it is the Autosleepers conversion that lets it down. They went from pretty much the best build quality to pretty much the worst.

I am still repairing and replacing bits of the interior. There where several bits missing from my van that all the other 2009 -2010 vans had, but the fixing holes for them were not there: 1) fold out divider on the back of the bathroom door.

2) Water proof trim around the top of the toilet.

3) Several pieces of cloth finishing.

4) The heater should have been dual fuel but was only diesel. When I phoned and asked why they were not fitted I was told that they did not have the right parts so they just deleted them off my van.

Next I needed some spares for the trim, after several phone calls I was told that none were or ever would be available. A friend of mine is a chippy and when I was trying to fix the bed he arrived and had a look in the van. He thought it was a poor quality self build because of how bad the woodwork is.

The joints are terrible they had not countersunk the screws, they were just driven in screws until the ends of the wood had split. Also the front legs of the bed were screwed up into a piece of 18mm ply, but the screws went between the layers so had just split the wood apart. The covering of the cupboard doors was coming off.

The one side window had a 10mm gap in the sealant at the top and was letting water in. When I took off the inspection cover to check the water heater and eberspacher, the chamber had loads of saw dust in it that had not been cleaned out, this is where the heater sucks its air in from. The list goes on.

I will never buy another Autosleeper again unless it was cheap enough to be able to upgrade all their cost cutting, and repair the awful workmanship.