One of the internal walls of the laboratory partially collasped during the reccent high winds.
Unfortuantley the reccent storms and strong winds have meant that we’ve not been able to do much work during the last couple of weeks. When Charlotte went into the laboratory today, she discovered that one of the walls had partially fallen down during the weekends bad weather.
Good job there was nobody under it when it did! We hope that Mother Nature will be kind in the next few days and enable us to do more work.
While we’ve been away Jan has been helping the school children of the Dylon Thomas Community School to stitch together the photographs taken during their building survey. This is western side of the Swansea Canal wall, which had been converted into a series of offices and small buildings for the Copperworks. Looks excellent if you ask me!
A total of five photographs were stitched together by the pupils of the Dylon Thomas Community School for this photograph.