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AUGUST/AGOSTO 2009

TOWN & COUNTRY SWIMMING POOLS & HOT TUBS GENERAL KNOWLEDGE QUIZ SUDOKU CROSSWORD

PROTECT YOURSELF SUNCARE & SUNSENSE

Town and Country Magazine is distributed from Fuente Ă lamo, Roldan, Balsicas, Torre Pacheco, Los Alcazares, San Javier, Los Belones, Los Nietos, El Carmoli, Los Urruitas, La Manga strip and golf club, and we issue 5,000 copies every month.


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Publisher Sunshine Mediahouse S.L. CIF: B-54428156 Camino Cementerio 3 03312 Desamparados Orihuela Alicante. E-mail Townandcountry@sunnynumbers.com Sunny Numbers E-mail info@sunnynumbers.com Sales, Per Jensen, 699 501 508 Sales, Pamela Robson, 671 948 475, English Translated by: I.K.G Language Services Layout: www.amandajudsondesign.com Deadline for all advert changes is 25th of the month Town and Country Magazine Apartado de Correos 1039 30850 El Paretón, Totana, Murcia No part of this magazine may be reproduced without the written permission of the publisher All rights reserved. ©2008 Sunshine Mediahouse S.L.

Dear Readers, Welcome to our August edition. We are nearing the end of the summer and it’s time for the kids to get ready for school again. I hope all the kids have enjoyed their vacation and hope that they can’t wait to see all their school friends again. You will see lots of changes to our September issue of the magazine. It will no longer by called the Town & Country Magazine. We are joining it together with our edition of the Sunshine Magazine, making our publication even stronger and more powerful with an even larger distribution. So look out for the ¨SUNSHINE MAGAZINE¨ next month. We would like all our clients and readers to let us know what they think about our changes. Please email us at info@ sunnynumbers.com or call. It’s a luxury I know to have a swimming pool or a hot tub but necessary to cool you down and help you relax. Take a look at pages 4, 5 & 6 to learn about the healthy benefits of having a pool or spa and read our easy to follow maintenance schedule or contact the professionals. As the weather is now hotting up, I would like to remind everyone to take care of your skin in the sun, especially children and the elderly. The intensity can sometimes take people by surprise with dangerous consequences. See pages 8, 9, 10 & 11 for out top tips. Above all, enjoy the weather, get a drink, relax and enjoy reading the magazine. Till next month……. From the team at ¨Sunshine Magazine¨. If you would like your business to be included in the next Magazine, please contact the office on 968 429 113 or Per Jensen 699 501 508 and if you have any ideas for future topics or contents, please do let us know as we value your opinions.

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pg 10/18 Horoscopes

pg 11 Crossword

pg 08 Suncare & Sunsense pg 12 General Knowledge Quiz pg 26 Go on, have a laugh pg 04 pools & hot tubs

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Always wanted a swimming pool and/or hot tub (jacuzzi) spa? Not that long ago, the idea of having your own swimming pool in your garden or home was just a dream, a luxury only had by the rich and famous. Invest in a swimming pool and/ or Hot Tub giving you a constant source of leisure and pleasure right on your doorstep. A pool is an investment; it will increase the value of your home considerably.

Swimming is one of the most popular sports and one of the healthiest forms of exercise. So your investment will help you grow healthy. Selecting a pool to suit your needs can be a difficult and

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daunting process so make sure you choose a reputable swimming pool construction company. Swim Spas can facilitate an environment that will allow a person to exercise continuously, relax by just soaking in the warm water to sooth the mind and body, or spend time with family/ friends in the comfort of your home.  According to the American Heart Association, just 30-60 minutes of physical activity 3-4 days per week can help reduce your risk for heart disease, stroke, and diabetes. As a regular physical activity, swimming can also help

lower your blood pressure and cholesterol. Hot Tubs/Jacuzzi’s are based on Hydrotherapy and is the combination of water, heat, and air to treat health conditions.  Water makes us buoyant, reducing body weight by 90%.   This greatly eases stress on the body’s muscles and joints.  The air propelled through the jets relaxes muscles and alleviates pressure on

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nerves.  Hydrotherapeutic massage therapy also boosts circulation and accelerates the body’s natural healing process.  It eases the symptoms of arthritis, lessens chronic pain, and promotes a restful sleep. Facts; Submersion in warm water causes blood vessels to dilate, increasing blood flow to body tissues. Warm water jets stimulate your muscles while you relax. Water buoyancy takes pressure off stressed joints. Controls joint inflammation and pain associated with Arthritis. Relieves headaches caused by muscular tension. Recover quickly from the stress and strain of exercise. Hot tubs are great for all the family. Kids love the fun of the water and adults can relax and socialise. They offer a great way to get everyone together regularly, away from the distractions of modern life. You may spend longer in it than you think!

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NEED REGULAR MAINTENANCE OR SUPPLIES? Swimming Pool Maintenance

Swimming pools are open water systems and are constantly influenced by rain, wind and sunshine as well as swimmers using the pool. All pools benefit from professional maintenance and products. Your pool needs a regular MOT, supply of products and a regular comprehensive weekly, fortnightly or monthly servicing. Swimming pool treatment chemicals are for use in hot tubs, spas & swimming pools. You can use standard pool cleaning equipment and automated pool cleaners such as robots, vacuums & other outdoor pool cleaners. Automatic swimming pool cleaning equipment makes your life easier by saving you time and effort.

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Here are 6 basic steps to maintain your pool on a weekly basis. 1.Completely backwash filter 2.Test water for Chlorine, pH and Alkalinity. 3.Adjust pH and Alkalinity as needed. 4.Add Chlorine to pool. 5.Vacuum pool floor and walls if needed. 6.Check and adjust water level as needed. Water should be half way up the skimmers.

Recommended Hot Tub Care Maintenance Routine Daily :

Check sanitiser level & dose as required Check pH level & dose as required Clean water line with Waterline Cleaning Paste

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Weekly :

Oxidise hot tub with Non Chlorine Shock Add Spa Sparkle to help obtain beautifully sparkling water Add No Foam to control foaming If in area of high calcium hardness add No Scale to prevent scale deposits

Monthly :

Clean filter cartridge using Cartridge Cleaner Take water sample to check water balance

Periodically :

Due to the build up of Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) the hot tub will need completely draining & refilling.

Pool Covers

Automatic & manual covers on swimming pools help you to conserve energy by keeping the heat in, the dirt out

and reduced water consumption due to evaporation. They are often made of strong durable materials which can take the weight of a human being. Pool covers can be sited above ground at the end of the pool or in a pit under the pool surrounds at one end out of site, or even in the pool floor. An average 50,000 litre pool can lose up to one and a half

times its capacity in evaporation alone. Some pool covers, cuts salt and chemical use by up to 50%. When chlorine is added to the pool water or produced by a salt water chlorinator, it eventually returns to its natural state as a gas and escapes. However, when a pool cover is in use the gas cannot disperse into the atmosphere. The chlorine gas is trapped below the cover.

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Suncare, Sunscreen and Sunsense! Do you know the difference between UVA and UVB rays? You may think you know what ultraviolet does, but do you know the difference between UVA and UVB, or that applying one sunscreen over another could provide less protection, not more? Why do we need protection from UV rays? All experts agree that everyone needs some sunshine - the rays trigger the production of Vitamin D, essential for absorption of calcium from food and may even protect us from some cancers. Those rays are ultraviolet (UV) - an invisible form of electromagnetic radiation emitted by the sun. Our lifestyles mean we are more vulnerable to UV rays than ever. The majority of the most harmful rays, known as UVB and UVC, are prevented from reaching the surface of the Earth by the ozone layer, though some UVB rays and plenty of UVA get through. UVA rays cause tanning by stimulating cells to produce more of the skin’s natural pigment, melanin, but they can also cause wrinkles and ageing of the skin by contributing to the breakdown of elastin and collagen, proteins in the tissue that are elastic and allow skin tissues to resume their shape after stretching. Meanwhile, UVB radiation causes the skin to burn and, in the long term, exposure to both forms can damage cells and lead to skin cancer, which is at an all-time high, according to Cancer Research statistics. Cases of malignant melanoma, the most serious type of skin cancer, have doubled in the past 20 years, and one in five of those diagnosed will die. However, experts argue that the increase has less to do with depletion in the ozone layer, which filters out the most harmful UV rays, and more to do with lifestyle changes.

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Compared with previous generations, changing wealth, fashion and holiday habits mean our total exposure to UV is much higher. ‘Rather than going to Blackpool for a week, people go to sunnier places abroad, which means a huge increase in their total exposure to UV’ s. They also go more often, and take winter sun holidays. Changes in fashion also mean that we have more exposed skin today than in past generations.’ What is the SPF system? The Sun Protection Factor system was established in 1962, by Professor Greiter, as a

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guide for consumers on the effectiveness of sunscreens. SPF is, in fact, the measurement of the time it takes human skin to burn when exposed to UV rays. Sunscreens are then created in differing strengths by multiplying the minimum amount of time it takes for skin to burn to calculate an SPF based on the predicted time in the sun. ‘If the burn time is 12 minutes, a factor 10 would allow someone to be in the sun for 120 minutes before burning.’ This equation is what allows manufacturers to offer sunscreens in varying strengths - 10, 15, 20, 30 or 50 - and enables consumers to choose an SPF screen according to how long they plan to spend in the sun. It is also important to reapply the sunscreen every two to three hours and more frequently if doing activities where the SPF will rub off or wash away.’ SPF is only a measure of UVB protection but UVA rays can also cause skin cancer. Increasingly many manufacturers offer ‘broad-spectrum’ sunscreens that give protection against both UVA and UVB. ‘UVA is very important with regard to skin ageing and cancer too,’ says Sencan Tokgoz. ‘It’s best to have UVA and UVB protection in one cream.’

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Labelling for UVA protection is less established than for SPF. In 1992, Boots introduced its ‘star system’ which outlines UVA content of sunscreen. A rating of up to five stars appears alongside the SPF rating. ‘We recommend using a cream with SPF 15 and a four-star rating, which gives a decent balance between price and protection,’ says Ed Yong, of Cancer Research. According to new EU guidelines, an additional UVA labelling regime of low, medium, high and very high protection is being used alongside traditional SPF ratings to provide guidance for the choice of the

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appropriate sunscreen product. These guidelines have also banned the use of phrases including ‘sunblock’ and ‘100 per cent protection’. ‘No sunscreen products can provide full protection against UV radiation,’ Yong adds. ‘The only way to protect yourself fully is to completely cover the skin.’ ‘broadspectrum’ sunscreens that give protection against both UVA and UVB. ‘UVA is very important with regard to skin ageing and cancer too. It’s best to have UVA and UVB protection in one cream.’ Labelling for UVA protection is less established than for SPF. In 1992, Boots introduced its ‘star system’ which outlines UVA content of sunscreen. A rating of up to five stars appears alongside the SPF rating. ‘”We recommend using a cream with SPF 15 and a four-star rating, which gives a decent balance between price and protection,’ says Ed Yong, of Cancer Research. ‘No sunscreen products can provide full protection against UV radiation,’ Yong adds. ‘The only way to protect yourself fully is to completely cover the skin.’ How much sunscreen should we use? Cancer Research advises that SPF treatments will achieve their full effectiveness only when applied to the skin in a quantity of 36 grams - roughly two teaspoons applied generously and evenly to the head and neck, and two tablespoons for the body. This complies with EU guidelines. To get the amount of protection offered by a particular SPF, it needs to be applied generously. Most of us apply too light a layer.’ The common practice of doubling up sunscreens - adding, say, an SPF 10 to an SPF 15 in the hope of creating SPF 25 - is ineffective, say experts. One will rub off the other.

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Eyes need protection from UV rays too! Conditions related to UV damage in the eyes include cataracts, pterygium - an abnormal but usually noncancerous growth on the edge of the eye surface - and age-related macular degeneration, which is a key cause of irreversible vision loss. The risk of UV damage can occur not only as a result of direct sunshine, but also from light being reflected from surfaces including sand, snow, water and even concrete. Intense UV light can cause pain and temporary loss of vision.This means it is important to choose sunglasses which filter out UV rays beneath 400 nanometers, which are the most dangerous UV rays with the highest energy. Most opticians will be able to advise you on your options even if you wear prescription glasses. Take care if buying cheap glasses ie :from the local market, as these have very little protection causing more UV rays to enter your eyes and cause damage to the cornea, critaline and retina.

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Do children need sunglasses? Very young children should not be exposed to bright sunshine at all. Parents should consider giving sunglasses to children aged from two years. Why the right clothes are first line of defence. It is possible to become suntanned through glass and you can also become tanned and even sunburnt while wearing clothes, though the amount of tanning or burning depends on both the weight and colour of textiles being worn. There is now an international standard known as UPF (ultraviolet protection factor) in place to determine the UVA and UVBblocking capability of textiles. Manufacturers of swimwear increasingly offer UPF swimsuits, hats and beachwear, in particular for children, whose skin is more sensitive.

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How’s your general knowledge?

Vincent van Gogh Australia Green Bangkok Six The Kiwi fruit George Harrison Portuguese Harry Potter Paris

11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.

White Anne Frank Steven Spielberg Meg Ryan Kennedy Nine Sumo wrestling Nepal Spanish Pinocchio

21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30.

September 11th The Milky Way 1912 Edvard Munch Akira Kurosawa The Chihuahua Beaujolais nouveau The White Rabbit December 25th The Beatles

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15. What is the family name of JFK? 16. How many players are there in a baseball team? 17. What is the national sport of Japan? 18. In which country was Buddha born? 19. What nationality was Picasso? 20. Whose nose grew longer every time he told a lie? 21. On what date did Osama Bin Laden’s Al Queda organization attack America? 22. In which galaxy do we live? 23. In which year did the Titanic sink? 24. Who painted The Scream? 25. Who directed The Seven Samurai? 26. What is the smallest breed of dog? 27. Which French wine is released every year on the third Thursday of November? 28. What does Alice follow down a hole into Wonderland? 29. On what date do the people of Great Britain eat Christmas dinner? 30. Who sang Yellow Submarine?

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

1. Which Dutch painter cut off part of his ear? 2. In which country is the Great Barrier Reef? 3. What color is chlorophyll? 4. What is the capital of Thailand? 5. How many points are scored for a touchdown in American football? 6. Which soft green egg-shaped fruit comes from New Zealand? 7. Who was the youngest Beatle? 8. What language do the people of Brazil speak? 9. Who lives at number four, Privet Drive? 10. In which city is the cathedral of Nôtre Dame? 11. What color is the middle stripe of the French flag? 12. Who wrote a famous diary while hiding from the Nazis in Amsterdam? 13. Who directed, Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and ET? 14. Who was the leading actress in Sleepless in Seattle and You’ve Got Mail?

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Coffee Break Cross Word Across

1 Perched on 5 Reporter’s viewpoint 10 Out of kilter 14 Male pig 15 Marshmallow-topped beverage 16 Pronoun like ‘’thou’’ 17 Adorable 18 Copter spinner 19 Accessories for suits 20 Period with little rainfall 22 Book’s name 23 Storm drain 24 Affectionate touch 25 Move computer-screen text 28 Lawn tools 29 Unwraps 30 Tire in the trunk 32 Bowler’s target 35 Papa 36 Trophy or medal 37 Attorneys’ org. 38 Campfire residue 39 Make a swap 40 Upper-arm muscle 42 Military opponent 44 Doctrines 45 Cooks’ cover-ups

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47 Regions 49 Pub projectiles 50 Coax with flattery 54 Opera solo 55 Humdinger 56 Z __ ‘’zebra’’ 57 Mannerly man 58 Salary increase 59 Biography’s story 60 Brink 61 Take up a hem, perhaps 62 Not on time

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1 Alphabet intro 2 ‘’Guided’’ vacation 3 Like many breakfast cereals 4 Apply, as a decal 5 Hard-to-read handwriting 6 Off the leash 7 Stage performer 8 Lunch time, often 9 Paving material 10 Clothing 11 Page’s unprinted area 12 Fishing-line holders 13 Affirmative replies 21 ‘’Electric’’ swimmers

22 __ apart (dismantle) 24 Ace or jack 25 Fizzy drink 26 IRS form pros 27 Misleading clue 28 Quite uncommon 30 Swing gently 31 Seat cushion 33 ‘’A likely story!’’ 34 Short snoozes 36 Weaponry 39 Change for a $20 bill 40 Defeat in a match 41 Load, as software 43 Write with symbols 44 Wobble 45 Old saying 46 Used a vegetable peeler 47 Be ready for 48 Get more value from 50 Flippered mammal 51 Largest continent 52 Elevate 53 Leg joint 55 Bikini top

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Horoscopes - August Aries

Taurus

Gemini

Communication is important. Monday could be quite intense as you are keen to get to the bottom of an issue. If you are researching information necessary for a project, you will be willing to look long and hard to find what you want. If there is a mystery to solve or if the information is obscure, so much the better. You will relish the challenge. A Lunar Eclipse mid-week means you should expect interesting events associated with friendships.

A Lunar Eclipse may bring changes at work. New management may replace the old, or key people may be substituted for others due to the pressures of the current situation. You too many change your career goals. If you are attending a job interview or starting a new job, expect the unexpected. You are being encouraged to see a wider viewpoint. If you are newly in love, but haven’t yet told the person in question how you feel, Friday brings an opportunity.

The Lunar Eclipse takes place in your Ninth House in Aquarius and encourages you to let go of outdated beliefs. This may not be as easy as it might seem. Some of your ideas and so firmly embedded in your consciousness they have almost set like concrete. It could take a lot to get you to shift your allegiance elsewhere. It will become impossible to avoid those major issues. Open your mind to new influences and be willing to change.

Cancer

Leo

Virgo

You are very closely connected to your intuition this week, and as if that wasn’t enough, your dreams are more powerful as well. Pay attention to both, as they may have some important messages for you. The start of the week may be quite intense as Mercury moves to trine Pluto in Capricorn. This may coincide with a period of research and indepth conversation. You can use your very powerful focus generated at this time to resolve any outstanding issues.

You get a chance to retry an opportunity that you thought you had lost. On Wednesday, the Lunar Eclipse encourages you to ring in changes where your current relationship is concerned. It is a good time to let go and to forget and forgive issues that may be causing you problems. You may find that by doing so, even those longstanding issues seem to miraculously melt away, leaving you feeling freer and happier than before

Meetings will be intense and conversations quite life changing. If you can engage in heart-to-heart discussions on those issues that are causing you the most trouble, you could bring about a miracle. The Lunar Eclipse on Wednesday may have an effect on your work and health. Issues associated with both may come to the surface, encouraging you to reevaluate your current situation. The end of the week is good for networking. It’s time to develop a rapport with key people.

Libra

Scorpio

Sagittarius

Pay particular attention as you go about your daily routines. Be prepared for a revelation. You may discover some interesting information about how your ancestral history and certain issues that have been causing you problems for some time. You may also rethink the way to heal this, too. The end of the week is good for attending events associated with your career. They will boost your professional status. You are in the mood to travel and explore new cultures!

Intense discussions may bring you a chance to unravel a problem that may have seemed impossible to solve. The Lunar Eclipse on Wednesday takes place in your home zone. Issues associated with your property and family may come to a head. You may also decide to sell your home, and perhaps to buy a new place somewhere exotic. Or, you may have to relocate due to your current job. Your love life shows promise if you can put in more effort.

Something you are passionate about may be offered to you on a plate. You may also be involved in intense discussions about a new business move. This will need 100 percent commitment to bring it to fruition. Mars is stirring things up and encouraging you to clear the air. There may be a few arguments with your partner, but there are also plenty of opportunities to kiss and makeup. On Friday an offer of a lucrative deal may be presented to you.

Capricorn

Aquarius

Pisces

Something you are passionate about may be offered to you on a plate. You may also be involved in intense discussions about a new business move. This will need 100 percent commitment to bring it to fruition. Mars is stirring things up and encouraging you to clear the air. There may be a few arguments with your partner, but there are also plenty of opportunities to kiss and makeup. On Friday an offer of a lucrative deal may be presented to you.

There is a Lunar Eclipse in your sign on Wednesday, bringing a lot of emotion to the surface. Once you have let it go, you are free to do whatever seems most helpful and appropriate in the circumstances. This Eclipse may also push you to make a few changes sooner than you might have. The end of the week is a good time to talk about money and think about how you can create new streams of income.

You may be getting tired of seeing zero results from one particular spiritual discipline you are following. This is the time to switch tracks and seek something more suitable that brings you the peace and inner fulfillment you desire. The Lunar Eclipse may bring powerful dreams your way, some of which may be chaotic, and others that may be packed with guidance and profound information. Pay attention! At home you are busy rearranging your place, throwing out clutter, and getting everything ship-shape.

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Fill in the grid so that every row, column and 3 x 3 box contains the digits 1 thru 9. There’s no math involved. The grid has numbers but nothing to add up to anything else. You solve the puzzle with logic and reasoning. Solving time is typically 10 to 30 minutes, depending on your skill and experience. Solutions in the next issue of Town & Country Magazine. Good luck! Last Month’s winner was Luc Vanlinthout

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Find the Difference: Nine things in the picture on the bottom are missing or different in the picture on the top. Can you find them all?

A sun has appeared in the top left corner A palm tree is missing The dad’s shirt has a different pattern The boy has on a t-shirt The boy’s surfboard is different

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There is a bumper sticker on the front fender There is a hood ornament on the car There isn’t a bite in the hot dog that the dad is holding A bird is missing from the top right corner The grill at the front of the car is different

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Sudoku Answers

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Central Heating, suitable for short or long term rent. Rates very competitive – special rates for long term. Viewing can be arranged, pictures can be emailed. Tel: 968 131 843 or 692 400 914 WANTED House on Camposol A or B for long term rent or possibly to buy from November/December (we have an apartment in the Port to sell or part swap). We need – min 3 bedrooms, internal stairs if Neptuno, pool, good sized garden with raised walls, central heating, air-con, glazed D, underbuild. We are resident and have full time permanent contract. If interested please call me on 676 113 636 FOR SALE Double axle braked Warwick Trailer with hydraulic tipper. Year 2000. 2 tonne capacity. 2.45m x 1.5m with drop sides, drop tail, ladder rack and spare wheel. €1750 ono. Tel: 968 163 769 or 600 244 345 URGENTLY NEEDED! Donations needed of unwanted electrical and household items to sell for local animal charities. All proceeds will go to various local animal charities. Can arrange local collections. Tel: 968 431 265 or 968 431 590 FOR SALE Landrover Discovery, Series 2. 2.5TDI SE LHD. Year 2000, 212,000km. ITV Oct 09. VGC, €7,500 ono. Tel: 968 163 769 or 600 244 345

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