|Note the even pruning and that straight line!|
It was like old times as our friend Chris Genever parked his trusty Marmalade in the driver before 8:30am all ready to unload gravel and lay planks and sheets on the sodden grass in order to make a base for our telephone kiosk. Before I could scramble into boots and jacket, The cement mixer was unloaded, the old plastic coffin had been removed and the planks were all in position! Of course there was a little gardening to be done first as surrounding shrubs had to be pruned back in order to accommodate the kiosk. We disposed of an old and leggy Spirea and then Chris dug out a 9" deep 42" square, laid shuttering and filled it with concrete. That was after unloading and laying the gravel between York flagstones and bagging up and storing the residue!
According to Victoria at Unicorn Kiosks, ours is at present, enjoying being shot blasted. Tony has kindly agreed to provide a few photos depicting the various stages of restoration. We're looking forward to preserving a bit of English heritage at PTC. Dare I say? Watch this space!
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