With more carpenters on site work progressed well last week and all unnecessary timbers from the 1930s section of roof have now been removed. The picture shows a progress meeting between the contractors, architects and members of the PMG whereby the strengthening work to the 1960s roof was inspected. This week work will began on fixing the shaped formers for the curved ceiling which will be installed below the strengthened roof trusses, and an additional team of carpenters will work simultaneously on strengthening the 1930s roof trusses. The windows have also been cleaned in preparation for installation of the secondary glazing and plans are afoot to replace some troublesome guttering so there is still lots to do before the end of April however we sincerely hope that a batch of home-made Rocky Road will help to keep everyone going!
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