Build diary – week fourteen, busy, busy, busy…

Busy, busy, busy, this week with lots of progress on the build although, due to some deliveries not arriving on time, jobs have got moved around somewhat! This week also saw the back of the blue tarpaulin sheets which seem to have been a fixture for ever.

Build diary – week nine, batten down the hatches

With great pleasure, I am handing this blog over to Whistlewood volunteers. If you would like to contribute, you can write your own piece as Chris has or send me notes using the contact page or via Whistlewood By Chris Gregson – 23th July to 27th July. ‘Scorchio’ is all I have to say this week! The guysContinue reading “Build diary – week nine, batten down the hatches”

Build diary – week eight, shaping up nicely

With great pleasure, I am handing this blog over to Whistlewood volunteers. If you would like to contribute, you can write your own piece as Chris has or send me notes using the contact page or via Whistlewood By Chris Gregson – 16th July to 20th July. The continued good weather has enabled us to crack on, andContinue reading “Build diary – week eight, shaping up nicely”

Build diary – week seven, ready to shingle

With great pleasure, I am handing this blog over to Whistlewood volunteers. If you would like to contribute, you can write your own piece as Chris has or send me notes using the contact page or via Whistlewood. By Chris Gregson – 9th July to 11th July. We had a short week this week, the guy’s wanted someContinue reading “Build diary – week seven, ready to shingle”

give a man, woman or child a fish…

Lao Tzu was an ancient Chinese philosopher and said to be the father of Taoism. Without realising you probably know several of his sayings and have thought about his philosophy. One of my favourite  of Tzu’s thoughts is: Give a man a fish and he will eat for today; teach him how to fish andContinue reading “give a man, woman or child a fish…”