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Wednesday, 21 October 2020
Sunday, 11 October 2020
|- The sun will rise tomorrow -|
An early swim before work helps me
Sunday, 4 October 2020
I took lots of photos when I was shown around Mapledurham Pavilion last month by Andy Lockwood - Reading Borough Council's officer who has been doing an excellent job overseeing the refurbishment works.
Sadly due to covid restrictions it is unlikely the council will be opening it for lettings until the New Year. A virtual meeting of the Mapledurham Playing Fields Management Committee is being held on 13 October. Progress of the Pavilion's refurbishment and the re-profiling of the Playing Fields will be discussed as well as other matters such as parking. Members of the public will be able to register to observe the meeting (contact me for further details).
This photo of the Pavilion's new roof, was taken on my visit to The Heights' construction site earlier in September.
|Pavilion's impressive new roofs viewed from on top of The Heights|
(the school's scaffolding in the foreground)
|Kitchen's external hatchway/window and door|
to playing fields. Part-clad wall
|Doorways to football changing rooms|
(both ends of the western elevation)
|View of both changing rooms|
(partition wall yet to go in)
|View of the main hall from what will be the kitchen hatch|
|Doorway along widened corridor to ancillary rooms (store room|
on LH, kitchen RH side, WCs + 2 mtg rooms and Tennis Club's room)
|Kitchen viewed from main hall through hatchway. Kitchen |
units/appliances yet to be finalised and installed
(white door to Tennis Club's room visible in the distance)
|Lamps to the side of the footpath from the Pavilion to Chazey Road|
(avenue of trees yet to be planted this Autumn)