Shire gardens hit the street
It’s all go.
We are still extremely busy at the i-SITE; even though we are behind the hoardings, visitors are finding their way into our centre.
Our Gatehouse is progressing quickly – every day there are more tradesmen on site.
At the moment, the scaffolding guys are here, putting up the scaffolding so they can start the creation of the magnificent Gatehouse chimney.
Darren Roa and his team of builders and tradesmen have come to us from working out at the movie set.
While working there, they have been extremely well looked after by the Shires Rest manager, Sue Todd.
The Public Relations Association is trying to keep up the standard, so Mike Buckman from Robert Harris Cafe is kindly supplying morning tea for the guys.
Noble & Lee are the first business to get their Shire garden out on the street.
They have created a fantastic little garden in a rustic wheelbarrow, adding a great touch with their Noble & Lee branding.
I am told by many of the businesses that their gardens and shop window designs are about to be revealed.
Thanks to PRA Committee member Di Romley, who has removed the old Hobbit hole painted designs from the i-SITE windows. She even cleaned our windows as she went. Thanks Di you can come again!