Monthly Archives: July 2014
Much rubble to be had this week, or rather, much more rubble, as the dodgy cladding is removed from the walls exposing the bare brick beneath. I think it looks cool, kind of gaudi-esque, although perhaps not very Italianate. The … Continue reading
St George’s was cool and quiet yesterday, and (as a more practically minded person would anticipate and therefore dress for) very, very dusty. It was lunch time, so I had the place to myself, mercifully nobody was there so see … Continue reading
As you can see from the photos of the pipes going down this week, it’s coming along nicely, and all under the watchful eye of our Bruce. A close up of the Lady Chapel altar in its new location The … Continue reading
Here is the first picture of the underfloor heating pipes, work continues this week.