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Old Posted: 27-02-2019 , 03:15 PM #31
selenarichard
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Originally Posted by madfrozen
Hi, just thought someone might find this useful. We wanted a polytunnel but they are very expensive so we had the idea of using an old trampoline frame and some spare wood and making a polytunnel. The frame is the two halves of a circular trampoline and then braces with the legs and some timber. I think we used some of the metal bits that keep up the safety net as well. We bought the plastic on ebay and spent a fun but strenuous afternoon putting the plastic on. Here is the imperfect but perfectly serviceable results.

Thank you to the trampoline donator! :-)

I think before going through this idea it is better to do a survery regarding polytunnels
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