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Poster: A snowHead
Tue 14-07-20 13:25
Replies: 5
That’s really sad news :-(
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Tue 14-07-20 12:54
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In terms of their unresponsive my last email to them trying to get the info that my travel insurance requested as to why I can’t have a partial refund has gone completely unacknowledge :-(
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Mon 13-07-20 12:50
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@ET, gosh. I wouldn’t dream of booking Keira in now without discussion over her ASD / Dyspraxia first! She is also in mainstream school and high functioning! It just makes a massive difference to how the relationship starts and hence how she and the instructor / teacher react to each other.
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Mon 13-07-20 12:46
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If he hates them - eBay. Somebody is currently trying to flog a set for more!
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Mon 13-07-20 12:19
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@SHAP, at that price I would have thought you couldn’t go wrong
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Mon 6-07-20 14:18
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@Physiojen, after making a great offer, seems to have dropped off the radar My guess is she became Unfurloughed and very busy. Hope we see her again. Tbh injuries and sickness still carried on despite Covid-19 trying to put live on hold like Cancer, births, other illness, children.... seemed a little short sighted to me.
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Fri 3-07-20 19:54
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@ajc2260626, my suggestion has apartments suitable for two families and they have a catering option https://www.pinewoodchalets.com/pinewood-apartments
After all it is free Go on u know u want to!
Fri 3-07-20 17:13
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Got an update of the FCO advice today for Austria Update on GOV.​UK. Austria travel advice Change made From 4 July, Austria is exempt from the FCO advice against all non-essential international travel. This is based on the current assessment of COVID-19 risks.
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Tue 30-06-20 20:34
Replies: 27
you can ping your location on whatsapp to friends. Funny story with that... we tried with my eldest. She very much wanted us to at 11 and walking home over a mile on her own for the first time. But it never worked. Took ages to figure out why not, every time we tested it, it seemed fine. Then I caught my daughter turning off data when we left the house (she was worried about going over her limit), I asked her, do you always do that when you leave the house... yes?. :lol: it all became clear why it didn’t work.
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Tue 30-06-20 14:21
Replies: 27
Does it control for spam too? :lol:
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Mon 29-06-20 15:13
Replies: 78
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Mon 29-06-20 14:13
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Take a look at these people. They have self catering apartments but then have a catered option. We used them for a group of 5 families but they have smaller apartments or their catered chalet but you will be sharing with others https://www.pinewoodchalets.com/ Edit to add: even better was for the chalet staffs night off we were allowed to use kitchen - so for that we cooked for ourselves as we were party of 7 adults and 7 children that was easier that trying to go Out!
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Sat 27-06-20 9:06
Replies: 133
@Mjit, by infection rate - do you mean how many have had it?
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Tue 16-06-20 11:06
Replies: 211
Have to confess, that in addition to writting to my MP over the issue with the lack of education my children have received and the impact on them, I am now making enquiries with a local independent school.
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Mon 15-06-20 11:09
Replies: 80
@4q, so glad. Hope you get home safe with everything
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Sat 13-06-20 7:09
Replies: 39
Oooh, looking forward to the Hemel feedback :nice: Have hated the chill factore but really looking forward to it opening up. filled in the survey, I have clear goggles, I’ll wear a face mask. If we keep ski lengths apart at lifts we’re effectively distanced in a straight line. It’ll be fine, in fact it’ll be utterly brilliant... Now, just need to decide where to get the skis waxed... Time to start doing it yourself? I have 3 pairs still to service, this news is helping to spur me on to get them done. Been struggling with time during this lockdown as been juggling full time work and children being excluded from school. :-(
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Thu 4-06-20 21:11
Replies: 441
Saw an article claiming a very high number of tests are false negatives (combination of test taken too early, errors in samples being taken and errors in processing). Can’t help wondering if that negative test would still be negative in a couple of days. Though obviously other illnesses are still available.
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Thu 4-06-20 18:41
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Definitely continuing with icing it certainly helps! Thanks Pam :) I don't have a physio, only home exercise (am in france), may look into booking a physio appointment but will see what surgeon says on weds. Obviously, he said only contact him on weds if no improvement but unless i have a big improvement over the next few days i imagine i will be going in for follow up. Fingers crossed! 100% recommend at least a few physio sessions.
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Thu 4-06-20 17:26
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Hi NickyJ, the pain is always there as a dull ache but spikes up during walking. Sometimes moving seems to help but other times it makes it worse. It is always there though even sitting still which based on what everyone is saying i am going to rest more. Really appreciate the feedback Hmm, have you asked your physio? This is different to the issue that I encountered post op, as my pain was only during certain exercises (squats)
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Thu 4-06-20 8:18
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Post op physio and specific exercises were emphasised as crucial to best recovery Yes, I didn't say that, but was true for me too. Started as soon as I came round from the anaesthetic. I did all the exercises and stepped up exercise gradually. I certainly wouldn't have expected to be able to spend 8 hours on my feet painting and decorating and walking 4km a day. And if I'd experienced anything but the mildest discomfort I'd have dialled back and concentrated on the basic exercise. +1 in the first couple of weeks I was doing the exercises every couple of hours and found the they really helped as well.
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Thu 4-06-20 8:13
Replies: 23
@Libertine, is the pain constant or during certain activities?
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Thu 4-06-20 7:00
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hmm someone seems to have 2x usernames! Husband and wife sharing a pc?
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Tue 26-05-20 6:21
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@motdoc, is it really clear who is “winning” other measures? Sad to say but from what I am reading there are other factors that are leading to a fatal outcome? Age isn’t the only one - stage 2 diabetes seems to be a case in something like 1/4 of deaths, high BMI appears to be another. Articles from doctors in Japan talked about CV fitness when you get it also being a big factor on the ultimate outcome.... certainly with my underlying asthma it is the difference between me needing to use my reliever and not needing to use. We are also very early really in the analytical side of things - knowing how air pollution impacts my asthma and hay fever - I wouldn’t be surprise if this also proves to have a link in the long run. How can you just point to a countries measures without looking at those underlying differences? To say who is “winning”?
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Fri 22-05-20 18:45
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Are parents content for one of their children to go back to school, but others not? I would have had to deal with all kinds of ructions from my three in that scenario! Have no choice. My eldest being year 9 is not welcome back at school, but I am not going to turn down the invite for my year 5 to go back along with other SEN children to allow them to try and help them make up some of where she has fallen behind at not having her 16hrs / 20hrs support that the school is being funded via an EHCP. Two hours figures given as the school did try and get an increase at the last review but given they “postponed” (their term but when you don’t then do at all, I call that “cancelled”) parents evening I was never told how they got on
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Fri 22-05-20 9:45
Replies: 24
@LaForet, thanks for that prompt... just remembered the car insurance is going of the credit card that I was just issued a new one.
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Wed 20-05-20 14:54
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@snowdave, I was suspecting hence the question. I know the independent my daughter used to go to is doing the same and a teacher friend who also teaches in independent sector. With what we are seeing from my children’s current schools is really put to shame :-(. Still at least my youngest is being sort of invited back from 1st June (the senco has sent the invite) and my eldest is now getting a once a week phone call as I flagged concerns over her mental health. So I guess I should be grateful but I can’t help feeling exceedingly angry.
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Wed 20-05-20 13:29
Replies: 211
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Wed 20-05-20 5:59
Replies: 211
...We are stuck with school holidays presuming our children are allowed to return to school in the next calendar year of course. ... And even if they do return, a further uncertainty is whether school holidays will still be on the current anticipated schedule. If full schooling doesn't restart until say early-October, not impossible that traditional autumn and spring half-terms will be scrapped. We are doing (trying to do) Christmas week
Poster: A snowHead
Tue 19-05-20 12:53
Replies: 24
Last week I was contacted by our CC provider to say they were sending me a new credit card. Suspect this will be why then.
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Tue 19-05-20 6:30
Replies: 211
@luigi, in our case the flights have free rebooking (or whatever it is called) and are paid for by Credit card should worst happen. In addition although my travel insurance now won’t cover cancellation due Coronavirus it still covers airline failure should the worst happen to the airline. The accommodation is direct with the owner who has agreed to refund of the deposit if we are unable to travel there due to the Coronavirus. Again paid for by credit card for additional protection. We are stuck with school holidays presuming our children are allowed to return to school in the next calendar year of course. Certainly you can definitely say that the presence of virus us led us to additional caution / conditions on what we have booked.
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Mon 18-05-20 15:42
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Mon 18-05-20 12:46
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We are hoping to go and stay with friends in Switzerland and go skiing there. If that isn't feasible, then the Chill Factore with apres at Wetherspoons it is. Of course we can’t do that yet... we can’t even do the dry ski slope which is outside. Reviewing this thread I didn’t actually update to say we have actually booked for Christmas week. Having lost out on our boomed Easter trip has meant we have booked Christmas week for the first time as family unit (hubby has always felt he wanted to stay home for Christmas)
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Mon 11-05-20 10:55
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@Badbobby, we got a great deal for half term this year. We stayed with Pinewood Chalets. https://www.pinewoodchalets.com/
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Mon 11-05-20 8:03
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@Claude B, thanks will look into that. I have never used it in any way other than watching stuff.
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Mon 11-05-20 7:59
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This time last year my eldest did a Snowboarding taster day - I have loads of videos but very few photos. Any tips for how I can upload a video? {IMG25251_6561_right} {IMG25251_6562_right} She went on to do a number of lessons but think ended up getting frustrated by the slow progress, especially as her younger sister was having ski lessons at same time so going form higher up the slope etc.
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Sun 10-05-20 14:00
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I read an article published this morning which was saying the NHS don’t have tests for antibodies yet? How Come the discrepancy? the missing word is 'cheap' So are you saying that the article The test for Covid-19 we have at present only tells us whether someone is infected at the time the test is carried out. We haven't yet, in the NHS, got a reliable test that reveals whether someone had it in the past, but we hope to have one in the next few weeks. Should have had cheap in it and is inaccurate?
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Sun 10-05-20 12:01
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I read an article published this morning which was saying the NHS don’t have tests for antibodies yet? How Come the discrepancy? This was article https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-52589449
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Sun 10-05-20 11:59
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I read an article published this morning which was saying the NHS don’t have tests for antibodies yet? How Come the discrepancy?
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Thu 7-05-20 10:45
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I'm curious. Does anyone ever buy anything from airport shops other than a book or some pharmacy? Have bought headphones from the Curry’s store before. Actually also bought a pair of sunglasses. Though not much really over the many years we have flown
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Thu 7-05-20 10:00
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@flangesax, my sister is really hoping to book a long weekend with you guys but is struggling with locating a suitable weekend without children for her and her partner.
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