Work progressing on the new restaurant extension. The foundations are in, and piped and conduits for the utilities are in place.
Comment by Poet on 21st December 2018 at 09:31
Behind The Beeches and the trees was once the Top Lodge from which I pulled a 6 pound Tench. The British record at the time was 9 pound. It is the closest I've ever come to glory.
Comment by Roy on 21st December 2018 at 09:39
That one must have been taken a week or so ago David, for, as you will know, a great deal of the steelwork is now in place.
Comment by Pat McC on 21st December 2018 at 11:34
Ah but you’ve soared the heights as a poet, Poet!
Nadolig Llawen to you all! x
Comment by Cyril on 21st December 2018 at 12:17
Where are they expecting folks to park their vehicles, residents along Green Lane and the streets off aren't going to be happy with even more cars being parked up, it's bad enough around there with folks parked up to go down Squire's Hey to the health centre.
Comment by TommyT on 21st December 2018 at 12:34
An old photo, the steelwork is now in place.
Drove past yesterday.
Comment by Poet on 21st December 2018 at 17:12
Diolch yn fawr iawn Pat. Nadolig Llawen.
Comment by Philip G. on 21st December 2018 at 18:42
Poet. A six-pounder! That's a really good catch. I've been having a look at 'Tench records over the years', and discovered that the nine-pounder was landed in 1963; a record that stood for twelve years. Aye, you were in good companye.
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