The Bank Holiday was over and so it seemed was the good weather. Overcast today and a rumble of thunder this afternoon was heard.
Plenty has been going on still -
Painter Pete has been re-paintng the yellow safety lines and today did the ones by the NRE toilets and the Main Stand ones. The painting will continue throughout the break throughout the stands etc
Mick is continuing to scrap the flakey paint off the NRE barriers to have them ready for painting which he will start tomorrow.
More grass has appeared over the weekend on the pitch. Nelson has been keeping the birds off the pitch from his new position on the Centre Circle. With all the seed will come an issue later to manae the weed on the track.
Terry has started work on the Abbey Arms emergency door where the paint has peeled badly. I think we will finish this on Thursday or Friday by painting it Black. I would like to do the front of the Abbey Arms however there is no grey paint anywhere. Trying to think of an alternative solution
Les finished work on the first barrier and will start painting the Habbin entrances tomorrow before returning to paint the other two.
Alan completed two more panels on the the Habbin Stand and will get to the half way line by the end of tomorrow if everything goes well.
Main job today was to paint one of the offices. Andy Beattie helped us to complete the work. It is really helpful having a centre half, it means no ladders are required to reach the high ceilings. Most of the resource went into doing this room as it had to be finished in one day. Mick Radford stay longer than normal to help complete the work. This afternoon Les and Mick did the glossing. While we did the emulsion. Wendy was on hand getting the room ready as we worked from one end to the other. Clearing up any paint that was dropped. Morale of the story is find a centre half to do high level painting