A new face joined the team today and immediately set about with painting the white at the front of the bench seats on the Main Stands. Ben Phillips has been a supporter for many years and his help is very welcome as the season approaches. You may also have heard Ben via his Sunday evening radio show on Cambridge105 which highlights Rhythm & blues, ska and mod revival/Two Tone music. For more info see the link Alley Club Mods
Another positive for the team is the range of skills within it and the ability to try almost everything. Mick Radford repaired and cleaned two hovers this morning. He will be servicing another one tomorrow. His skills and knowledge from working before he retired at one of the colleges means he has tried almost everything already. Mick is also a drummer in a band playing many local venues.
With me singing it's coming home there seemed to be a good blend of musical skill and knowledge on hand today
Les finished the Habbin Bridge and the woodwork on the Main Stand accessible Stand. Tomorrow he will look at painting the brickwork there
Pete carried on with the yellow lines in the Main Stand. I wonder how long the line would be if you put them all together in one continuous line
Ian started to mark out the pitch.
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