Wednesday, 27 July 2016

Spit, Polish and Spade work!

Now that the builders have almost finished their work on the former
Keld Literary Institute, its time for a tidy up.
A team of volunteers worked hard to clean the Countryside & Heritage Centre
 so that it is ready to be re-opened to the public at the earliest opportunity.
The outside space has received some long overdue attention and
a large area of original cobbles and a flagged path have been unearthed.
Wow! What an improvement.
A massive thank you to Rebecca & Derek Bowhay of Tutil House
and Mark & David P of Thorns Cottage
for giving their time and energy this evening.  

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