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Its a bit tongue in beak cheek I know, but perhaps this little feller could help?

 

 

 

 

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Message 12 of 25

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Only you AQ, only you...Smiley Wink

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Message 13 of 25

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@StephanieG wrote:snipped
If your friend is with BT, can he email in his name and a contact telephone number and I’ll pass this on to Openreach to see if this is something they can do?

 

Hi Steph

 

Sorry for the delay, he's not been wellSmiley Sad

 

Hmm, BT Vision = noSmiley Indifferent, BTBB = noSmiley Surprised, BT Phone = noSmiley Sad

 

Any ideas?

 

 

 

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Message 14 of 25

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Hi DS,

 

All we need is a contact number to work with.  If you or your friend can email this to us we'll get it sorted.

 

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Message 15 of 25

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Muchas Thankious GuysSmiley Wink

 

I've just spoke to him and his mobile number is on it's way to you...

 

I'll mark the subject Wheel v BirdSmiley Happy

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@Steph, got the email - "THANKS"Smiley Happy

 

Update:

Steph has spoken with my friend and has contacted Openreach on his behalf.

 

So far, so goodSmiley Wink

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update

 

Yesterday (whilst with him) my friend realised he'd had a missed call at 1510Smiley Surprised

 

It was from an Openreach Guy, saying that he would be at the property in 10 minsSmiley Happy

 

As good as his word, he was there and we went about explaining the issue(s).

 

I mentioned a bird detractor, to which the guy had..........

 

.....no idea what one wasSmiley Surprised

 

He said that he could fix a carrier bag to the top of the poleSmiley Indifferent, which might scare the birdsSmiley Indifferent, when the wind blew...

 

(hmm, and when it's not windy?)

 

Anyway, on the blower he went and wandered off to the warmth of his van.

 

I noticed that the van was still there about 1.5 hours later, so thought it must be going well....

 

This morning, not a sign of any bird 'bag'Smiley Sad

 

I managed to see my friend earlier this evening to find out what was happening

 

The guy didn't fit anything - the guy said that the pole was on his property and could be moved - at a cost - that it's not down to Openreach to sort things like birds - told to pursue authorities

 

Ya cannae make it upSmiley Mad

 

(I'll mark this a solved, though it's not, as BTo can't help, so it's not a BT related issue, guess it's chainsaw time....)

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Message 18 of 25

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get a scarecrow.

 

 

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Message 19 of 25

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I have a very similar problem, except that it's my mums car that is getting pooped on constantly. If it were an ideal world I'd ask the neighbour to remove his dozen or so bird feeders, but he sure likes his birds! So that won't happen. The wire goes directly over the drive, unfortunately it's not a big enough drive to put the car in a different posistion.

 

Did you get any further with this problem DS? Is there any mod's here who would be so kind as to help? Thanks in advance.

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@SimonSpur wrote:

I have a very similar problem, except that it's my mums car that is getting pooped on constantly. If it were an ideal world I'd ask the neighbour to remove his dozen or so bird feeders, but he sure likes his birds! So that won't happen. The wire goes directly over the drive, unfortunately it's not a big enough drive to put the car in a different posistion.

 

Did you get any further with this problem DS? Is there any mod's here who would be so kind as to help? Thanks in advance.


This might helpcowboy gun shooting smiley.gif

[edit] No seriously what do really think anyone can do. Our town is covered in overhead phone lines and  we still have power lines on poles.I don't think BT and the power companies are going to put up NO PERCHING signs

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