theatre, film & tv past and present 2001-2008 & 2013…
November has seen a bit of progress, as some of you locals may have noticed..
The Pavilion is now having regular (mainly fortnightly) inspections to which we are invited to attend. Our committee architect, Peter Cross, has been keeping a record of what the condition of the building is, what is being done and what still needs to be done. Churchgate are undertaking urgent repair work, mainly to the roof, hence the scaffolding surrounding the Pavilion. The latest inspection was last week and it seems that Storm Angus decided not to visit us. The west wing and western half of the main roof have now been felted and rainwater outlets cleared to allow draining to the car park. Apparently the eastern half of the roof is not as bad as the western side and, weather permitting, it is hoped that this would be done in the next week. A drainage survey…
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