So, here we are, three days after the fire that destroyed our new caravan, two sheds, one bike store and part of our house.
We are waiting for some chaps to clean up and remove the debris. Just as well as I now own neither broom nor shovel for this task.
Meanwhile I am going through the database that I have created of what I remember being in the sheds and photographing everything recognisable for the insurance claim. This is inevitably adding items that I did not remember to the database.
The loss adjusters will be here next Friday and I am sure they will not believe how much we claim to have owned and stored, which is why this photographic evidence is so necessary.
Several people, including my mother who lives 100 miles away, have seen the story on the TV, but we have failed to spot it, or find it on “catch-up” services. Why are we denied this when everyone else can watch our misfortune.? But I did find the local newspaper, who took the trouble to send a reporter to get some (but by no means all) of the facts correct.
Basingstoke Gazette newspaper article
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Sorry to hear about the fire. I hope everyone is ok.
All safe and well thanks Chris.
Now only clearing up and insurance to sort out.
All wargaming stuff intact, even that which was in danger of a Fire Brigade soaking.