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Igenix standing fan, 1.25 m tall (adjustable). 3 speeds, rotating fan. Price new was ?23.99 from Robert Dyas: https://www.robertdyas.co.uk/igenix-16-inch-pedestal-fan-white - ?10


*RESERVED* Brand new KVOT dish drainer from IKEA: https://www.ikea.com/gb/en/p/kvot-dish-drainer-galvanised-36980400/ (we moved into our new flat and realised there was already a dish drainer there!) - ?5



Stock and Watson - Introduction to Econometrics, 2012 - ?18

Used but very good condition. No marks or highlights on pages. Light wear to the cover.

Schaum's Outline - Mathematical Methods for Business and Economics - ?8

Used but good condition. No marks or highlights on pages. Some wear to the cover.

Beneria, Berik and Floro - Gender, Development and Globalization - ?20

Used but very good condition. No marks or highlights on pages. Very light wear to the cover.

CICERONE Dark Peak Walks - ?5

40 walks exploring the Peak District Grimston and moorland landscapes, 2017 edition

New ?12.95. Brand new - ordered last year, arrived too late for us to take on holiday, so never used.

(Should you for some reason want all the books, yours for ?40!)

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