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    Hi, i've got a few fairs booked this year where tables are not provided. I've been looking for a table 6ft x 2ft, which folds and i suppose should really be stable enough to cope with kids leaning on it (why do they do that!?) can anyone help!? I've got one of those tables that you use for wall papering but it seems a bit small and a bit rickety!!
    http://stores.ebay.co.uk/rubadub-and-beyond

  • #2
    Pasting tables are definitely a no no - and that is from experience!!!

    http://www.homebase.co.uk/webapp/wcs...Number=3400346

    Found this one on homebase.

    HTH

    Cheers.

    Lisa

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    • #3
      I agree with Lisa. Iv got a trestle table that i bought off ebay, it was about £30.00.

      Happy looking.
      x Maria

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      • #4
        I agree with the others a pasting table is a definate NO NO ...

        The one Lisa showed you in homebase is fabby but the also do ? (did) a formica pasting table and I use that. It's strong enough to take my horseshoes and it fit's in my wee car.

        Cheers Janice
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        • #5
          That same table is also in costco for about £20, I was thinking about getting one

          You need something thats going to stay upright for a whole day.
          www.beadlab.com

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          • #6
            i bought an all purpose table from B&Q last year for £49.99 and it folds in half, is easy to put up (my 4 year old can do it) fits in the boot and takes a large weight, have used it at fairs where we have been making soda bread and have had it loaded with about 130lbs of flour and it didn,t even squeek and it can be washed down it needed one of my best buys all year
            while i knit i think

            http://foxyscraftythoughts.blogspot.com

            http://thecraftyfox.misi.me.uk

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