Monthly Archives: October 2012

Meringue anyone….? Guest blog post by Samuel

“Hmmmmm… meringue!!!! Oh no Dad’s tricked me; it’s actually the insulation that they’re spraying into the church roof! I’d love to have a go with their spray gun and cover my brother in foam…. Muhahahah!!!” By Samuel, age 12 and … Continue reading

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Mustang Mary

One of the nicest things about being involved in this project is hearing how the work that’s going on is making a difference to people. After the nave roof was insulated last year, one of our congregation said ‘This is … Continue reading

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How many slabs does it take…

The early morning inspection caused yet more excitement as we arrived at church to find Sam hanging over the side of the cherry-picker which was reaching high over the roof.  He was replacing some broken tiles which will hopefully prevent … Continue reading

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Skip, Skip away!

The site was visited today by Joshua Pook, the ‘Tiley Twosome’, and a school friend and what superb timing because just as we arrived a lorry was removing a skip full of waste material and leaving behind an empty one!  When … Continue reading

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Suddenly I See

The mess, mud and sand from last week are (almost) a distant memory as this morning (Tuesday) the cloister area looks very different. The piazza is taking shape, you can see where the ramp and pathway will be, and the … Continue reading

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