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Aire

a river in N England rising in the Pennines and flowing southeast to the Ouse. Length: 112 km (70 miles)
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So now I'm in a new house with a new airer and I don't like it.
This way your airer will not dent your caravan sides.
Costing less than 2c per hour to run, the Airer is \ made of super lightweight aluminium and folds flat to just 5cm for practical easy storage.
IN answer to Pat Thompson's article in the Echo (November 21) asking for the name of an oblong heater/clothes airer, it is called a Flatley.
We've unpacked the garden furniture ready to sit on/fall over on after a few cheeky drinks outside and the swingball is now ready and waiting in the middle of the lawn where the clothes airer usually lives - ready to clobber anyone daft enough to play on it later in the day.
Drying clothes on an airer, rather than radiators, will allow heat to reach the rest of the room and mean the boiler won't waste a lot of energy trying to get the room to the desired temperature.
There are no markings on the airer and I have searched the internet to no avail.
A Lakeland's Dry Soon Winged Heated Airer is square and can also be used switched off.
In the second incident, an apple tree in an aluminium plant pot and a hedgehog garden ornament were stolen from an address in Ellis Square, also in Pegswood In the third incident, thieves got into the garden of a house in the Belsay area and stole a green Vileda rotary clothes airer, a dark green wooden garden parasol and two hanging baskets containing flowers.
Nor is it to plonk your computer on top with this week's washing on a clothes airer as the finishing touch.
It's like a normal rotary airer that people have in their back gardens but it had panels attached to the arms which keep rain away from the clothes.
Once again I have to reply to hateful letters; this time from an anonymous Vent your Spleen airer.