12th June 2022

It’s been another mainly dry and warm weekend, just the odd light shower to annoy us.

The Mex fuel oil tanker has had its first coat of black gloss applied all round and looks a lot smarter now.  A start has also been made on the milk tanker next to it – with the end wire wheeled clean, primed where necessary, and then under and top coated in blue.

The interior woodwork, architrave, etc., for the toilet van has been given a second top coat of grey gloss.  We should start installing it next weekend.  Inside, all the joints are now watertight so the pipework has been lagged.  The third and final sink has also been sited into position on its new wooden frame, and when we get new flexible pipes it will be plumbed in.

In the Yard, the storage area behind the fencing has been tidied up, levelled and some materials moved and restacked.  Hopefully the new additional Junior Volunteers storage shed should start being constructed next weekend.

Weeding of the platform beds continues, as does the grass cutting.

Weighbridge Teas were kept busy on Saturday, but Sunday was decidedly quiet this weekend.  Perhaps after all the celebrations last weekend people were taking a ‘breather’?

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