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04/01/2020 12:55
niledynodely
A few months ago Darren Feltham did an excellent job decorating my spare bedroom. I recently asked him to do my hall and living room and he has done as fantastic a job on these rooms as he did on the
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
30/09/2019 15:22
niledynodely
Darren has just done an excellent job decorating a bedroom which had quite severe damage from leaky pipes. He has done an excellent job - the painting is flawless, I can't see any seams in the lining
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
27/01/2019 20:51
niledynodely
Myles converted fixtures and fittings so I could replace fluorescent lights with LED tubes and fixed up some sockets. Very efficient, friendly and reasonably priced. I would definitely use Myles again
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
27/01/2019 20:18
niledynodely
I did a search for a central heating engineer at about 8.30 am when the central heating appeared not to be working. I contacted a number of engineers including Dave - he was the first to get back in t
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
29/01/2015 11:39
niledynodely
Green and Teggin were great.
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
29/01/2015 11:38
niledynodely
Paul O'Brien has just completed his second big job for me - completely renovating and refurbishing a flat for rental and I would like to recommend him without hesitation. He is very reasonably priced,
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
24/08/2014 13:28
niledynodely
Paul and his team did a great job renovating and extending our house. This involved making a loft which previously could only be used for storage habitable for our daughter, turning a flimsy garden ro
Forum: ED businesses, restaurants & trades
09/04/2010 02:13
niledynodely
Hi Heft Well I wanted to find out if I was really alone in thinking the way that I do and I think that I am!! "Yes I want to work very much. I really > couldn't stay sane as a mother without it
Forum: The Drawing Room
09/04/2010 01:05
niledynodely
apenn Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > With regard to questions 3 and 4, this gets to > that old debate about nature vs nurture. The > issue that needs to be addre
Forum: The Drawing Room
09/04/2010 00:33
niledynodely
legalbeagle Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Niledynodely - I would completely agree that there > is an economic as well as social value to what > women do inside t
Forum: The Drawing Room
29/03/2010 23:17
niledynodely
I want to reply to leagle beagle and katsu queen ...I'm a bit short of time (got to get something done for work!!), but just very quickly what most grabbed my attention was the idea of being economica
Forum: The Drawing Room
29/03/2010 23:00
niledynodely
I see what you mean and you are probably right about that ...it is very tricky. But I do think that all the things we do while we don't work (like reading to kids in schools) should get more recogniti
Forum: The Drawing Room
28/03/2010 00:51
niledynodely
I get the impression that a lot of the assumptions which underlie government policy re: women, employment, childcare etc are wrong but I want to find out if it is just me that thinks like that or if o
Forum: The Family Room discussion
28/03/2010 00:35
niledynodely
louisiana Wrote: > > There's all kinds of assumptions there already. > Want vs need? > Home-office-based workers? (e.g. consultancy of > many kinds, writers and editors) > > I would love to s
Forum: The Drawing Room
28/03/2010 00:25
niledynodely
Hello womanofdulwich - thank you very much for answering all those questions - I am interested in finding out how other women view things because I often get the feeling I am way out of line with othe
Forum: The Drawing Room
24/03/2010 22:22
niledynodely
> The solution would be Toby Young-style > "Comprehensive Grammars" - all pupils are in > together but streaming exists within subject > groups to allow the brightest to forge ahead and > extra at
Forum: The Drawing Room
24/03/2010 21:56
niledynodely
Jeremy Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > To be honest the article raises some good points, > but the bit which stuck in the throat a little was > the implication tha
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23/03/2010 22:37
niledynodely
I was interested in this article by Minette Marin http://www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/comment/columnists/minette_marrin/article7060971.ece#comment-have-your-say where I found the following paragraph:
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