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Storm damage

Anyone got any?

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wonderoushen  Female  Gwynedd
27-Nov-2021 18:16 Message #4848692
I think my greenhouse is beyond repair now, lot about 3-4 heets of glass and the frames twisted, the old side gate is even more knackered now than it was before.

Theres snow on the mountain tops and its freezing cold.

capnblackbeard  Male  Hertfordshire
27-Nov-2021 18:21 Message #4848693
took me 1.5 hrs to get through to claims today, :(

Pylon2021  Male  North Yorkshire
27-Nov-2021 18:27 Message #4848694
None here that I can see, but there again I went around and laid all my pots down into shelter before the onset of the storm.

Ilsmileforu  Female  Durham
27-Nov-2021 18:30 Message #4848696
My sister has no electric and her Greenhouse is in bits

Strand  Male  Dorset
27-Nov-2021 18:33 Message #4848697
No damage but an addition to the garden in the form of a brand new 12ft length of angled aluminium strip that has blown in from goodness knows where. It looks like some sort of satin finished 90 degree "edge" that might fit on a summerhouse, conservatory or home extension.

From the sound of the wind gusts last night, (probably the strongest I've ever heard), the lightweight aluminium strip could have been blown into the garden after flying through the air from hundreds of yards away.

eurostar  Female  Merseyside
27-Nov-2021 18:48 Message #4848699
Green House is on its side
Garden table upside down
Every fence ornament on floor some smashed
One arch broke the other I may save
Fence panel down
Back gate blocked totally with plant pots watering can and shelf unit
Fleece gloves ready to get out there tomorrow hopefully and start tidying up
We have had so many trees down round here but lucky no deaths .RIP the three that have lost their lives to this storm

SQL  Male  Devon
27-Nov-2021 20:18 Message #4848705
One sheet of corrugated polycarbonate shattered, a few items overturned, some plastic netting blown down. All fairly minor. A couple of bins (refuse lorry a day late) blown over and rubbish blowing down the road.

Probably about the worst I have had here, no fences damaged as the wind was in the wrong direction to do that sort of damage.


Greencare  Female  Berkshire
27-Nov-2021 21:32 Message #4848716
Nothing I've noticed in the garden but there were plenty of small branches in all the roads.

capnblackbeard  Male  Hertfordshire
27-Nov-2021 21:33 Message #4848717
but there were plenty of small branches in all the roads.?

insulate britain branching out?

JustKatie  Female  West Sussex
27-Nov-2021 22:05 Message #4848728
My neighbours trampoline was blown over his fence into the road and rolled along while cars swerved to miss it but nothing damaged.

capnblackbeard  Male  Hertfordshire
27-Nov-2021 22:08 Message #4848729
the Local trampoline business is having a hard time.

Hope they bounce back.

leogirl  Female  Essex
27-Nov-2021 23:56 Message #4848750
tomorrow I have to have a look if there is damage to garden fence and the roof. I had a few new tiles installed only last week....


jpv  Male  North Yorkshire
28-Nov-2021 08:12 Message #4848761
Lost a couple of glass panels from my greenhouse.

Had nearly 2" of snow.

My neighbour's kids were loving it.

HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire
29-Nov-2021 07:16 Message #4848973
No damage but I have gained a football, plastic bottle and some polystyrene in my garden.


Mazer  Male  South East London
29-Nov-2021 09:20 Message #4848988
Our shed door had blown open with such force that it was left hanging on one hinge which was also twisted.

brisinger  Male  Lancashire
29-Nov-2021 17:52 Message #4849105
I'm glad I'd strapped my beehives but I think they are OK. They just look like igloos at the moment.

brisinger  Male  Lancashire
29-Nov-2021 17:53 Message #4849106
I'm glad I'd strapped my beehives but I think they are OK. They just look like igloos at the moment.

NoSaint  Female  Devon
29-Nov-2021 21:11 Message #4849142
A lot of responsibility brisinger.

HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire
30-Nov-2021 07:08 Message #4849171
I was out in the countryside yesterday and a lot of smallish trees had gone over and partially across the road.

Molly  Female  South Yorkshire
30-Nov-2021 08:38 Message #4849194
There has been devastation over much of the north east.

CircusMaximus  Male  North Yorkshire
30-Nov-2021 09:55 Message #4849215
A lot of places with no electricity.

Pylon2021  Male  North Yorkshire
30-Nov-2021 13:28 Message #4849246
Just returned from Redcar where our Veterans Allotment is situated. The new shed is still standing but the Greenhouse is trashed. Luckily we put all the important stuff in the shed before the Storm, but we need loads of PVC sheeting for the glazing and better way of keep the sheeting in place. I am working on it when the weather improves.

HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire
1-Dec-2021 07:18 Message #4849359
Good man!

tsunamiwarrior  Male  Hertfordshire
1-Dec-2021 12:59 Message #4849431
One of the sheds we use to store sleeping bags etc for the homeless lost its roof and had a lot of water inside but fortunately we have a very good supply of such items and it hasn't caused any problems.

HotOrWot  Male  Lancashire
3-Dec-2021 06:40 Message #4849751
Lucky you have good stocks tsunamiwarrior.

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