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Author Topic: Charles Sells Chicken Houses  (Read 880 times)
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« on: May 11, 2013, 01:49:48 pm »
It is the perfect solution for those seeking a palatial residence... for their pampered poultry.

But to keep hens in such royal luxury, you must be prepared to shell out an eye-watering £3,750.

This hen house is being sold by Prince Charles’s Highgrove estate in Gloucestershire and is inspired by the birds he keeps there.

The made-to-order Highgrove Hen House is built using Forest Stewardship Council-certified timber, which means it was sourced from a responsibly managed forest, and decorated with eggshell blue water-based paint.

Charles is good at making his own money and should refuse any taxpayer support to show that he really cares about the people.

Why on earth use a company that's going to charge a fortune to make these? Couldn't he have used young people being employed by the Princes Trust to make them?

- Hildabasher , Bristol, United Kingdom, 11/5/2013 13:38

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« Reply #1 on: May 11, 2013, 06:00:47 pm »

A simple hen-house is only needed, not a veritable complex. As for a responsibly managed forest, please explain why he needs such a big one, that is pointless.

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« Reply #2 on: May 11, 2013, 09:48:57 pm »

  He is such an out of touch numptie .... will they be taxing these as extra bedrooms ?  tehe

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