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Once: win 1 0f five Icarus bunk beds with sprung mattresses worth £249.95. each

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Win a clever space saving bunk bed worth £249.95! answer 7yrs...............please comment if wrong but sure it right Limelightdirect.co.uk are specialist manufacturers of children's beds, bunk b…
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago / ended 31 May 1031 May 2010
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Win a clever space saving bunk bed worth £249.95!

answer 7yrs...............please comment if wrong but sure it right
Limelightdirect.co.uk are specialist manufacturers of children's beds, bunk beds and mattresses. To celebrate the launch of their new Icarus bunk bed we are giving away five Icarus bunk beds with sprung mattresses worth £249.95.

The Icarus bunk is the perfect bed for smaller bedrooms. The bed comes complete with a long study desk and 15cm thick sprung mattress. The frame is strong using solid timber with a modern white wash finish. This bunk bed is ideal for play or study and maximises all the space in a compact bedroom.
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago / ended 31 May 1031 May 2010
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#1
I always thought was 6 years
#2
I think it's 6.
#3
Before children use the bunk bed, the importance of safety issues should be explained to them. It’s also helpful to put a few rules and regulations in place, regarding safe use of the bed, such as no leaning over the upper bunk (to prevent falls) and no playing on the ladder. Safety guidelines suggest that the upper bunk should not be used by children under the age of six years old.

From http://www.safekids.co.uk/bunk-bed-safety.html
#4
err.. so if kids UNDER 6 can't use the bunk..

the answer is '6'... cos if they're a day over their 6th birthday, all is good :)
#5
thanks
#6
THANKS TO ALL FOR THE INFO APPRECIATED:thumbsup:
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