Thanks especially to Neil and to Samuel, who were up at the crack of dawn hoeing and clearing our fairground:
And thanks to all of those who turned up before the event to hone it to perfection; also to Jon who tidied the outside on Sunday evening. What a difference it made! And if I hadn’t been so dumbfounded when I got back from collecting tables I would have remembered to take a picture of you all at work.
A full report of the day will follow.
Today, though, it’s back to work for the team on the construction site. The roof insulation is going in, a job not entirely relished by G-man1, who, to conform with H&S regulations is required to wear safety helmet, goggles, face mask, underwater diving suit with wellingtons . . . well, you get the picture. Weather Break surveyor Bob, though, is very impressed with the quality of the insulation:
We reckon it’s about 120mm (that’s 6″ in the old money) and will mean that the building is a lot better insulated than the old social club was.
It also means it’s nice and clean for Bob to work under whilst measuring up for the new north-facing windows.
What a building this is going to be!