The disabled toilets roof has now been completed, the tiles are on and the whole thing had been integrated into the existing roof space, sealed so it's waterproof and the ridge tiles added as a final flourish (they also help keep the rain out). As I write the rendering of the gable end is being added so that will be weatherproof too.
The last picture in the gallery below shows this almost there state, once the scaffolding is down then a final picture will be addaed for the record
The banner is from our good friends at Gardner and Scardifield, a local supplier of building materials. This not only acts as a small windbreak but lets anyone passing as to who our suppliers are and that we are very thankful for all the support they have given us throughout this project..
Reminscent of a work crew at the railhead in a Western when the final rail spike has been hammered in.
The base has been laid and finished by 4 P.M. After having started at 8 in the morning and apart from pauses for tea and cakes (and calls of nature) without breaks
According to my abacus this means we worked a full 8 hour day so in spite of our average age being north of 70 we can still manage it.
Below are the previous featured images of the toilet extension to the clubhouse