We had yet another days bricklaying donated by Marcus Taylor and together with Bob White, our master bricklayer, and a first class support team, last of the vertical courses of 1A were finished. In addition 5 metres of corbelling were also completed.
|The North end of 1A completed up to the corbelling|
|Marcus and Bob giving a master class in corbelling:|
|Angle Grinder (and Ken) in Action|
|Nearly half way - brilliant!|
As we worked on site today a steady plume of smoke rose from the car park were a team (Dave, Vic and Stuart) were working to clear back the undergrowth covering the culvert by the Evesham Road Bridge. It's the first serious bonfire we have had this season and quite appropriate for November 5th.
|Smoke Signals from the Car Park|
|Peter cleaning the tools!|
A mention also for one of my 2009er colleagues, Peter Hickox, who cheers me up with his gentle manner and his ability to turn his hand to the most arduous or mundane job and still come back for more!
Thanks to Marguerite who now has an Aladdin's Cave of interesting Bric a Brac and it's well worth a visit. We still have some raffle tickets available for the Ian Gibson Water Colour. Please help our cause by purchasing at ticket.