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Grundy tins?

Thread Starter: Glenys    Started: Tue 07 Mar 2006    Replies: 8

Hi, haven't been on for ages (been very busy helping my daughter with her triplets) Sometime ago I asked if anyone knew where I could buy those big catering casserole dishes with the lids on in metal) someone told me where to get them from and I purchased one (they are called Grundy tins) well I wish to purchase some more (they are fab for stews, and puddings schools used to use them) If I remember rightly it was an army catering surplus place, can anyone direct me in the right direction??? cheers Big Grin




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Tue 7 Mar 2006, 9.24PM

tina6

hiya glenys hopefully this might help

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Fri 10 Mar 2006, 9.50PM

Glenys

thanks tina for the reply, Tudor do not do these tins but they have sent me the name of a company that might. xx

Sat 11 Mar 2006, 5.58AM

Graca Queen

Hi Glenys,
What was the name of the co.? I might be interested in buying a couple myself!
Tks

Sat 11 Mar 2006, 4.50PM

Glenys

It is Nisbets catering, I have sent them an e mail to see if they sell them I will let you know if they do xx Big Grin

Sat 11 Mar 2006, 4.57PM

tina6

thanks glenys cos i am interested in them too - only cos i don't know what they are and might need one or two Wink

Mon 13 Mar 2006, 4.01PM

Glenys

I have found my receipt from the company I brought my tin from it is europlus(they are army surplus and camping) if you type that into your search engine it will come up , click on catering equipment and you will see Grundy tin Big Grin Big Grin

Mon 13 Mar 2006, 7.06PM

tina6

shall have a look thanks glenys Big Grin

Tue 14 Mar 2006, 7.45AM

Graca Queen

Tks Glenys, will have a look! Big Grin