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Trade Skills 4U responsible for the wettest summer on record!

Posted by Christos Panayiotou on 20th July 2012

Back at the start of June we thought we would have a bit of fun and introduce a summer offer on our solar pv courses. In light of the horrendous weather we thought we would introduce an offer to last 40 days and 40 nights to mimic the biblical floods in Genesis. We even have a Noah in the office so were able to add his name to the banner too.






Now we knew the British weather could be rubbish at times but none of us really ever expected the downpour to last for 40 days and 40 nights. Well we were wrong, and since then we have seen nothing but grey wet skies over Gatwick and the surrounding areas. The UK has seen floods from Land's End to John O'Groats

So today is the 40th day and the offer is due to expire. Lo and behold the weather is set to clear up and the heat wave is on its way. We know that this has nothing to do with us but do find the timing somewhat spooky.

We hope the weather has nothing to do with us but just in case we won't be putting on any rain related offers again. You never know if your lucky we may introduce a heat wave related offer that runs to the end of the year.

Just in case you haven't seen it there are sunnier days ahead, all we can say is make sure you make the most of them as knowing this weather they won't be around for long: