While there were bits of scaffolding all over, it was easy to miss little things that happened: for instance, when the Kingspan roof went in over the new youth room on the western extension, I didn’t notice the plastic guttering that was an integral part of the fitting:
And, inside, with the plasterers moving bits of scaffolding to do different heights of the ceiling, parts of the arches are revealed:
While I can’t wait to see the whole hall opened up, it’s actually rather nice to just get glimpses here and there.
And I hadn’t noticed until now the window sills in the main hall:
And in the children’s room:
And now, if you remember, it’s Pimms Day. I wonder if Graham, wherever he is, is keeping up the tradition? And is he still following the blog? It would be nice to know!