As my inital request was sent more than 2 years ago, and I have also since moved house, got married and had children, funnily enough, I no longer need these items collected. Had I not lugged the sorry items to the tip myself they would long since have rotted away, or been ‘recycled’ by the many local ‘entrepreneurs’ in Beeston.
However, I do thank you for your courtesy and upmost diligence in leaving me only 2 years to await your reply.
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I would be grateful if you could collect two large pieces of wood from 41 Longroyd Crescent, LS11 5ES. The items will be in the front garden of the property, by the front door.
I’d be grateful for an email confirming that these can be collected.