25kg rocksalt £1 @ B&Q (Instore)
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25kg rocksalt £1 @ B&Q (Instore)

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Found 29th Jan 2015
25kg rocksalt now been reduced to £1

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Worth editing the title to be a little more descriptive maybe?

E.g. "25kg rocksalt now £1 @ B&Q"

link please as I can't find it on your b&q link

Is it in store only as can't see online

timayling

Is it in store only as can't see online



so it's definitely a national deal or a local? it's snowing so I don't wanna risk going for a wild goose chase in these conditions

Poor info in title,link not working and unable to find on linked website.
Is this a SPAM post?
Voted cold

Maybe we should all do a group buy and drop some off to our lazy ass local councils so they can get off their lazy incompetant backsides and spread it on the slippery as hell pavements ?

Though if you can get to the store, you probably don't need it
Edited by: "pete_l" 29th Jan 2015

hooray henry

Maybe we should all do a group buy and drop some off to our lazy ass … Maybe we should all do a group buy and drop some off to our lazy ass local councils so they can get off their lazy incompetant backsides and spread it on the slippery as hell pavements ?



OR you stop depending on the council to do EVERYTHING for you and spread some from your council provided grit bins and get a lovely warm feeling knowing how you have helped you local community. Just a thought

Graham1979

OR you stop depending on the council to do EVERYTHING for you and spread … OR you stop depending on the council to do EVERYTHING for you and spread some from your council provided grit bins and get a lovely warm feeling knowing how you have helped you local community. Just a thought


Did that in the bad winter 2010 as it happens. I was the only one who shovelled the snow /ice away in our street and went to find some grit enabling the lazy to get out and about. Did I get any help ? NO. Did I get any thanks? No. Would I do it again NO!
As I dont use the police ,social workers,or any council services during the year it would be nice if they could grit the street now and again. Then maybe I could feel I was getting something for my £1600 council tax

You didn't get any help, then that's because the people were just like you are now.

Altruism or selflessness is the principle or practice of concern for the welfare of others.

Think of the inner peace and satisfaction, or phone your local council and ask why they don't grit pavements, this will then give them the idea and your council tax will be £1700 a month for the three days a year they grit the pavement.

Graham1979

OR you stop depending on the council to do EVERYTHING for you and spread … OR you stop depending on the council to do EVERYTHING for you and spread some from your council provided grit bins and get a lovely warm feeling knowing how you have helped you local community. Just a thought



no grit bins where we live, mind you there's a good chance the whole bin would go missing if we did.

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Banned

Plenty of stock in the grimsby store!

hooray henry

Did that in the bad winter 2010 as it happens. I was the only one who … Did that in the bad winter 2010 as it happens. I was the only one who shovelled the snow /ice away in our street and went to find some grit enabling the lazy to get out and about. Did I get any help ? NO. Did I get any thanks? No. Would I do it again NO!As I dont use the police ,social workers,or any council services during the year it would be nice if they could grit the street now and again. Then maybe I could feel I was getting something for my £1600 council tax


So you don't use the street lights or the pavements and the roads that are swept and (once in a blue moon) maintained by the council. The police only arrest criminals that have already guaranteed not to target you. The council can turn off the expensive cctv as you walk by because you know you will never need it. You don't have your rubbish collected and you know for certain that you will never need to dump any large items in their waste disposal/recycling centre. When you get older you won't use social services for anything. Of course if you don't need anything now why should you pay for it. I assume you make a point of never going to a library or local park. Do you promise not to use the dropped kerbs put in at junctions at a cost of hundreds of pounds each if you ever have to use a mobility scooter. I feel sure that when you do need a service the council could easily set up the infrastructure for it overnight just for you with your £1600.
It's no wonder you feel so hard done by.

jdbigguy

So you don't use the street lights or the pavements and the roads that … So you don't use the street lights or the pavements and the roads that are swept and (once in a blue moon) maintained by the council. The police only arrest criminals that have already guaranteed not to target you. The council can turn off the expensive cctv as you walk by because you know you will never need it. You don't have your rubbish collected and you know for certain that you will never need to dump any large items in their waste disposal/recycling centre. When you get older you won't use social services for anything. Of course if you don't need anything now why should you pay for it. I assume you make a point of never going to a library or local park. Do you promise not to use the dropped kerbs put in at junctions at a cost of hundreds of pounds each if you ever have to use a mobility scooter. I feel sure that when you do need a service the council could easily set up the infrastructure for it overnight just for you with your £1600. It's no wonder you feel so hard done by.


X) Really X)

You're witnessing 25KG of Rock Salt for £1 causing a melt down of society in this thread, it also melts ice which is nice.

fishmaster

You're witnessing 25KG of Rock Salt for £1 causing a melt down of society … You're witnessing 25KG of Rock Salt for £1 causing a melt down of society in this thread, it also melts ice which is nice.



Haha ... very true, and some keyboard warriors have far too much time on their hands ;-)

xclarkyx

Plenty of stock in the grimsby store!




Thanks, I was just going to check!

Wow... I'll need a lot of frozen chips to get through 25kg... Do they also do the equivalent in pepper corns?

Loads in store at Scunthorpe. Hot.

Defiantly national, all stores should have pallet loads.

Take it that it's not for your chips??
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