Our Garden Got Off Lightly

The recent fierce winds that have been battering part of the country knocked some of the fencing down in my back garden. The problem is that I have a dog and my neighbours are Muslim, so I thought I would try and get the council to come out and fix it as I’m sure my neighbours don’t want my dog in their garden – no matter how friendly she might be.

Luckily my dad is a disabled OAP so the council were quite happy to come round and put a new fence in place (the old one was rotten and fell apart as they hammered it back in), otherwise I might have had to get a Garden fencing Cardiff company in to do the job as that kind of thing isn’t on my list of tasks I can do.

They didn’t need to gain access to the garden via the house, which was nice because I was ill and was able to spend much more time in bed until they dad comes home to order me about again. I don’t know what I have, but I am sure it is terminal.

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11 thoughts on “Our Garden Got Off Lightly

  1. I also want to share a similar story. My village is surrounded by rivers from all sides and things like flood are quite common. When i was a child, i saw water knocking down all fences and blowing everything. Luckily, after 3-4 months, everything was restored.

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