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Handy Man: Sean O'Neill

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Series 1: Spring


Programme 1: Sean's Update

Rabbit Proof Fence
Set your boundaries and put in your corner posts. These posts and any supporting a structure (ie a gate) must be very solid.
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Programme 2: Sean's Update

Garden Gate
Get a wooden pallet and dismantle it. Hammer and nail bar will do this, be slow and gentle or you will break all the wooden lats, lots of nails holding the pallet together.
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Programme 3: Sean's Update

Erecting a Trellis Fence
Trellis comes in ready made sections ie 8’ x 4’, 6’ x 4’ etc and is used to create a support fence for climbing plants. Erecting trellis is very simple, mark out where the trellis is to go...
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Programme 4: Sean's Update

Building A Compost Bin
Firstly you will need six or seven wooden pallets. Prise off the planks of the pallets, using a hammer and nailbar (or two). Be patient as there are a lot of nails.
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Programme 5: Sean's Update

Building A Compost Bin
For this you need three scaffold boards (or any boards 6 to 8inches wide and ¼ to 1 inch thick) Cut one scaffold board into four equal lengths, these are the shelves). Use the two other scaffold boards for the sides.
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Programme 6: Sean's Update

Bird Feeder
First thing we need is a fence post, fixed sturdily in the ground. Cut the fence post to the required height, slightly above eye level.
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Series 2: Summer


Programme 7: Sean's Update

Fire Bucket & Build your own BBQ
This bucket is not child friendly. Only light in adult company. Buy a galvanized bucket from any builders providers, drill two rows of holes (5mm approx) for air intake, place the bucket on a concrete block or bricks (very hot, will damage grass, tiles etc)....
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Programme 8: Sean's Update

Trellis
Erection of posts and trellis to hide unsightly things in garden, ie oil tank, bins etc.....
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Programme 9: Sean's Update

Trellis
Get pressure treated posts (6 feet long approx), the number of posts is determined by the amount of trellis required Dig a hole for the first post, about 18 to 24 inches deep....
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Programme 10: Sean's Update

Trellis
Break up a pallet, cut two long sides and two short sides (the length will be determined by your window and the width should be 6-8 inches), screw together to form a box, now cut a couple of lengths to make the bottom and screw together....
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Programme 11: Sean's Update

Veg box
Just get a wooden box from your local supermarket (they are free and will only be dumped) , build up the sides with pallet lats....
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Programme 12: Sean's Update

Double height raised bed
ust get a wooden box from your local supermarket (they are free and will only be dumped) , build up the sides with pallet lats....
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Handy Man: Sean O'Neill

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