Delivery will happen within 2 working days of dispatch. On the day of delivery you will get an SMS text message and email letting you know that delivery will take place between 9:00 and 17:00. We will also call you the day before.
We’re sure you will like it, but if not, you can return it to us within 14 days of delivery for a full refund (less return or collection costs of £30 ) once the product has been returned to us. Simply contact us within 14 days of receiving your product(s) and we will assist you with your return.
Our quality team check your furniture to make sure it’s up to our standards before we dispatch it to you, so damage is rare. It’s also very important that you inspect your product upon delivery, as we’ll ask you to sign a form confirming that it appeared to be in good condition when you received it. If you’re not happy with the goods when you inspect them, let our delivery partner know or note this on the form and contact us.
If you only realise after the delivery that you’re unhappy with the quality, or if we’ve sent you the wrong item, just contact us within 14 days of delivery, ideally sending us a couple of photos of the damage or other issues with the product. Our team will assess your complaint and tell you how to return the item or arrange to collect the item from you, and either give you a full refund, arrange for a repair, or order you a replacement.
If you have a change of heart, you can cancel at any time before your item is dispatched/sent to our delivery partners. Simply contact us and we’ll cancel your order and give you a full refund.
Cancellations made after the dispatch of your item(s) will need to be made at the time of delivery, via a refusal of delivery or within 14 days of delivery by contacting us. Once you have notified us of your unwanted item, we will arrange for collection of the item by our courier, who will advise you of a proposed collection date shortly after. You will receive a full refund (less rcollection costs of £30) once the product has been returned to us.
200 words Knowing that millions of people around the world would be watching in person and on television and expecting great things from him — at least one more gold medal for America, if not another world record — during this, his fourth and surely his last appearance in the World Olympics, and realizing that his legs could no longer carry him down the runway with the same blazing speed and confidence in making a huge, eye-popping leap that they were capable of a few years ago when he set world records in the 100-meter dash and in the 400-meter relay and won a silver medal in the long jump, the renowned sprinter and track-and-field personality Carl Lewis, who had known pressure from fans and media before but never, even as a professional runner, this kind of pressure, made only a few appearances in races during the few months before the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia, partly because he was afraid of raising expectations even higher and he did not want to be distracted by interviews and adoring fans who would follow him into stores and restaurants demanding autographs and photo-opportunities, but mostly because he wanted to conserve his energies and concentrate, like a martial arts expert, on the job at hand: winning his favorite competition, the long jump, and bringing home another Gold Medal for the United States, the most fitting conclusion to his brilliant career in track and field.
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