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Post by Lanark Lass » Sat 26 May 2018 20:00

Has anyone had single pieces of furniture sent from UK to France? Not too keen on clic clacs I've seen here. Thinking about having one sent out from U.K. if not prohibitively expensive. Second hand item, not new but a good design.

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Post by Lanark Lass » Mon 28 May 2018 15:02

No recommendations? Looking for information from someone who has maybe used a "man with van" for part loads. Journey woud be Northampton to Pyrenees Orientales

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Post by sue and paul » Mon 28 May 2018 17:22

Lanark Lass, would you like me to copy/paste this onto the facebook page? Sue

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Post by Lanark Lass » Mon 28 May 2018 17:33

Yes please

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Post by Owens88 » Mon 28 May 2018 19:10

Have you tried Shiply?

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Post by Kate » Mon 28 May 2018 20:38

Logial in Le Boulou have a good choice of click clacks and prices pretty reasonable compared to some places. Alvarez’ in Pollestres on the way into Perpignan from Le Boulou also worth a wander round.

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Post by Sue11 » Mon 28 May 2018 21:00

I’ve used A1 UK and European couriers a couple of times. They’re based in Halifax but travel between UK and France/Spain most weeks. Very efficient and happy to do part loads.

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Post by martyn94 » Mon 28 May 2018 21:26

IKEA do a somewhat upmarket folding bed (depending which mattress you buy) called Lycksele. I built one for my sister years ago (in Australia). They are quite tidy when folded, and comfortable when exploded. And I didn’t fall through a gap in the middle, which has been my issue with conventional clic-clacs (apart from their being hideous, obviously).

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